Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha would be open to re-joining Crystal Palace in the January transfer window, according to former team-mate Yannick Bolasie.
Zaha completed his move from Palace to the Premier League champions last January but joined David Moyes' side in the summer following a loan spell back at Selhurst Park where he helped secure promotion back to the top flight via the play-offs.
But the England international has only played once this season, in United's Community Shield win over Wigan Athletic, and has been linked with a loan move to Newcastle United among others.
Having served his footballing apprenticeship in south London, Bolasie feels Zaha would swap United for a return.
"I think Wilf would probably love to come back down here and be back at home," Bolasie told talkSPORT.
"Also not forgetting the fact we're playing in the Premier League which is a bonus. If he could come back that would be legendary.
"But everyone moves on, everyone's got different plans in their career so if he doesn't then that's just football for you."
Tony Pulis' appointment has raised hopes Palace, who lost to Norwich City in the Welshman's first game in charge of the Eagles, can escape relegation.
The ex-Stoke boss has admitted a venture in the January window is required to inspire such a fight back, raising hopes a move for Zaha who has been frozen out at United, could be on the cards.
"I thought we did really well," Pulis said. "Norwich were the better team for the first 20 minutes and I'm really disappointed we didn't get the breaks.
"I've only had a week with the lads and they have bought into what we're trying to do. You need a bit of quality and you need the Premier League experience especially when you are on top for so long in the second half. We will try and make one or two changes if we can in the window. We need someone who can turn the tide."