Wilfried Zaha has again underlined his desire to win a trophy and concedes he will consider opportunities away from Crystal Palace.
The forward came through the ranks at Selhurst Park and has spent the majority of his career in south London.
A young Zaha signed for Manchester United, but after a short unsuccessful stint returned, although he continues to be linked with a host of top clubs.
Zaha previously stated his desire to play Champions League football and has been the subject of interest from Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund over the years.
The 28-year-old's contract expires in 2023 following his decision to sign an extension in 2018 with no release clause.
Palace are not in the position to challenge for honours and while Zaha has underlined his commitment to the Eagles he has again opened the door to a move away.
He told the Financial Times ’ Business of Football summit: “I’ve been at Crystal Palace since the age of eight. I have given my all to the club, no one can tell me I haven’t.
"Anyone who knows me personally knows I’m very ambitious. As soon as I put the Palace shirt on, I put my 150 per cent every game.
"My 150 per cent may come across like I’m angry but that’s the passion coming through. I may get up in your face and get annoyed but I want to win.
"The thing is, I’m ambitious and I’ve always wanted to play at the top level.
"I’d love to win trophies or have the opportunity to win a trophy and show my kids that I’ve won this or that.
"I play for Crystal Palace and I always give my 100 per cent but I’ve always been ambitious.
"Obviously I give my 100 per cent to the club but, if there are opportunities, I’ll have a look at them.”
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