Ian Holloway has urged Crystal Palace talisman Wilfried Zaha to aim for a move to a 'top club' if he is to leave South London this summer.
The Ivorian international has been one of the most talked-about players in this transfer window, with Arsenal already having had at least one bid rejected.
Speaking to Talksport, former Palace boss Holloway said: "I think that right now he needs to be at a top, top club. If not, stay where you're loved.
"I've got nothing against Everton, I love Everton and the whole city and they love their football up there and they're growing and getting better, but really he needs to play in the Premier League at the top of it if he can."
Zaha, who scored ten goals for Roy Hodgson's side last season, has four years left on his current contract at Selhurst Park.