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Palace boss Pulis hailed Puncheon’s three goals in two games that has helped the Eagles pull clear of the relegation scrap. The 27-year-old was embroiled in a Twitter feud with Neil Warnock after his horror-show penalty miss in the 2-0 league defeat at Tottenham on January 11. Press Association “I get annoyed when players don’t show the belief they should in themselves. “I think the biggest thing in life is exactly that: believe, and you can achieve, you can achieve and you can achieve. “People get told all the time they can’t, and then they start to believe that, when actually they should be trying to prove people wrong. “So it’s nice to get players to respond, but I’m no different from any manager, you try to get the best you possibly can from your players.” Palace take on Everton in Merseyside on Wednesday night, with Pulis relishing the trip to “old-fashioned” Goodison Park. Pulis’ revitalised men are yet to host title-chasers Liverpool and Manchester City as the Premier League finale hurtles on apace. Former Stoke boss Pulis has rejected any interest in Palace playing a kingmaker role in the title race, however, preferring to focus on guiding his side to Premier League safety. “It’s as exciting a season in the Premier League as there has been for years,” said Pulis. “That goes for a lot of the clubs trying to get over the line to stay in the league for next season, and for those clubs trying to win the league. “For Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool, it’s extremely exciting. “We play Man City and Liverpool at home but our focus is not worrying about whether we stop them from doing anything, our focus is making sure we cross the line. “I’m just thinking Everton, and how we can get up there and try to take points. “I don’t care [who wins the league] as long as we stay up.” In-form goalkeeper Julian Speroni heads a six-strong cast of Palace players out of contract at the end of the campaign. Pulis reiterated his desire to wait until Palace secure their Premier League status before chasing new deals for existing stars, and he admitted it will take even longer to snare new recruits. “You talk about Julian but there’s five or six players whose contracts are up at the end of the season,” said Pulis. “And they won’t be decided until we can act on where we will be next season, and that’s been the case since Christmas. “From my experience if there are players available, they will take their time. “We’ll be fishing from the back-end of the table, not the front-end, so those players will take their time and work their way down the table before they get to us. “They will go through probably 20 clubs before they get to us. “So we’ve got to consolidate what position we’re in to ensure we’ve got the right bait to catch them.” The former Southampton midfielder struck back immediately with two goals in the following three games in vital wins over Stoke and Hull. Puncheon backed up his brace in the 3-0 victory over Cardiff with another goal in Saturday’s 1-0 home victory over Aston Villa. Pulis hailed his strength of character to shrug off the detractors and hit top form. “It’s been lovely to see him scoring goals, how he’s taking them with aplomb, it’s some good goals he’s scored,” said Pulis. “I think the big thing in life is you know you’re always going to get knocks, you’re always going to be asked questions of, especially as a sportsman. “When you get those knocks and things going against you, that’s when you show your real character, and it’s very, very easy to fall within yourself and not come out of yourself, to show you have got that character. “So it was important for Jason to bounce back, and there’s only one person who could do it, irrespective of what I do or don’t say, Jason had to do it. “And he’s certainly stepped up to the mark, he’s responded well. Jason Puncheon’s goal-scoring run has galvanised Crystal Palace’s drive for Barclays Premier League survival, according to Tony Pulis.
1 Garry Monk Swansea manager Garry Monk refused to be drawn on the possibility of European football at the Liberty Stadium after stunning Arsenal with a 1-0 victory at the Emirates.The Swans were indebted to goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, who frustrated his former club with a string of fine saves, before Bafetimbi Gomis’ late header snatched an unlikely victory for the visitors.The win was Swansea’s third in succession and closed the gap on seventh placed Southampton to just a single point, but Monk didn’t want to get carried away with two games of the season remaining.“I don’t focus on that. What will be will be and we’ll just keep pushing,” said the Swans’ boss.“The good thing about playing on Monday night was that we saw the results and the places above us had opened up with the results, so why shouldn’t we be pushing for that? Why shouldn’t we be pushing those teams above and go on the hunt for them?”Swansea played Europa League football last season after winning the League Cup the year before and struggled with the multiple commitments, but Monk has challenged his side to keep alive the potential of another European adventure.He said: “I think today showed exactly what we’re about and how we think about each game.“We’ll take the next two games and whether that takes us, then great. If not we’ll have to asses again in the summer.”