Wilfried Zaha has sent an emotional message to Crystal Palace fans as he confirmed he will leave the club.
The forward is in Turkey to seal a move to Galatasaray on a free transfer after his contract at Palace ended last month.
Zaha, who rejoined Palace after a brief spell at Manchester United in 2015, played 458 times for the Eagles and scored 89 goals.
“As I start a new chapter I want to speak to you Palace fans who mean so much to me,” he wrote on social media.
“We have been through so much together, including 10 years in the Prem [Premier League]. There are loads of amazing memories that will stay in my head forever and also some really tough times along the way, but I’m so proud to have played my part in getting us to the Prem and helping to keep us there.
“I’ve been wearing the Palace shirt since I was eight-years-old, it’s literally been my second skin and I always gave everything when I wore it.
“You have all seen me angry and frustrated, but you’ve also seen my hunger and passion and the joy that I take from winning, and I hope that is the memory that lives on in the minds of Palace fans.”