Crystal Palace legend Julián Speroni has remained tight-lipped over his future at the club after the Eagles tied their best Premier League finish since 2015.

The 38-year-old was on the bench as Wilfried Zaha and Patrick van Aanholt scored twice in ten minutes during the Eagles’ win over relegated West Bromwich Albion.

He is one of several players whose contracts are up at the end of the season, including club-record signing Yohan Cabaye.

Speaking about Palace’s 11th-place finish, Speroni said: “It’s a great achievement, it’s really good. The togetherness of the team helped us pull out of the situation we were in at the beginning of the season and finish in a great position.

“He’s [Roy Hodgson] done an amazing job and have all the lads, pulling together as a team, the staff, everybody and we’ve had the season like we had.”

The long-serving goalkeeper, who has been at Selhurst Park since 2004, turns 39 this week and his future with the club remains unclear.

Speroni featured 13 times this season for Palace in all competitions this season, 11 appearances in the Premier League and two in the FA Cup, collecting three clean sheets.

When asked whether he has had conversations about a new deal, he added: “I can’t tell you anything about it.

“I don’t know yet.”

Former England manager Hodgson guided the club to 11th in the Premier League, their best since 2014/15, after starting the season with seven consecutive defeats.