Eberechi Eze has thanked his former Club, Queens Park Rangers, and fans after leaving the club to join Crystal Palace last week.
Eze leaves Queens Park Rangers to sign a five years contract with the Eagles which could rise £20m.
His exit comes after a difficult pre-season that saw him opted against playing in some warm-up games.
Eze who scored 14 goals in 46 appearances in the Sky Bet Championship for QPR last campaign attracted interest from Fulham, West Ham, and Newcastle before joining the Selhurst Park outfit.
The 22-year-old has now thanked his former for their role in his development and also wish them all the best in the coming season.
“Thank you @QPR for everything! ” he posted on his social media handle alongside his various QPR jersey.
Eze however made his debut for Roy Hudson side against Charlton Athletics on Saturday.
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