Barry Bannan admits Crystal Palace frustration

Barry Bannan of Crystal Palace celebrates scoring the opening goal with team mates during the Barclays Premier League match between Hull City on November 23, 2013
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Crystal Palace midfielder Barry Bannan admits to being frustrated over his lack of first-team chances for the Eagles as of late.

Crystal Palace midfielder Barry Bannan has admitted that he is growing frustrated over failing to secure regular starting berths for the Eagles.

The Scotland international has completed 90 minutes on just two occasions this term and has found first-team opportunities limited under manager Tony Pulis.

Although the former Aston Villa ace admits to being unhappy over his bit-part role at Selhurst Park, the 24-year-old believes that his continued hard work will ultimately result in chances to impress.

He told The Sun: "Obviously I am not happy about not playing, but I've just got to keep working hard and hopefully my chance will come again.

"I appreciate the fans backing and, of course, no one is going to be happy when they are not playing."

Bannan started today's fourth-round FA Cup clash with Wigan Athletic.

Cameron Jerome of Crystal Palace celebrates scoring during the Barclays Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Cardiff City at Selhurst Park on December 07, 2013
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