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Jason Puncheon can be as good as he wants to be but must improve his consistency if he wants to be a top player, according to Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis.
The 27-year-old hit the headlines for the wrong reasons in January after an embarrassing penalty miss against Tottenham but he bounced back, scoring twice in his next three matches.
– Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis.
Puncheon could be anything he wanted to be.
Jason has the tools to be a top player but he's been very, very inconsistent over his career - good players are not that inconsistent.
It's a lack of concentration as much as anything else. For him to be a really good player he has to do this week after week after week and we've spoken to him about that.
Tony Pulis has fond memories of watching Cardiff as a child but will not go easy on the Bluebirds when he takes his Crystal Palace side to Wales on Saturday.
– Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis
I watched Cardiff when I was a young boy and I also watched Newport when I could.
If I didn't have games on a Saturday, if I wasn't playing for the YMCA then we would jump on a train and if we could we would get to Cardiff.
That was when (John) Toshack was playing, (Ian) Gibson was in midfield, and they had a very, very good team.
My dad took me to watch Cardiff on a Tuesday or a Wednesday evening when they played Real Madrid when there were 50,000 people in the stadium.