Sullay Kaikai admitted he is happy after completing his loan move to south-east London League One side Charlton Athletic.
Kaikai, 22, hailing to parents from Sierra Leone signed until the end of the season.
The striker, who was a success when he was on loan at Shrewsbury scoring 12 goals in 26 appearances, took to Twitter to expressed his delight.
“Delighted to join @CAFCofficial on loan. Can’t wait to get started”! The Palace striker tweeted.
Kaikai, who will wear the number 11 shirt, told club’s website “It’s been going on for about a week now. I’m just delighted it’s over the line and looking forward to playing and showing the fans what I can do.
Addicks Manager Karl Robinson was pleased to finally get his man.
Robinson told the club’s website: “It was an important one for us. He’s an exceptionally talented individual. We thank everyone who has helped in the process in trying to make this happen.
“We knew there were Championship teams that were interested in him. He’s an exciting player; we know we’ve got a player that can certainly score goals.
“He can play off the left, he can play as the nine, he can play behind the striker. He’s quick and he excites you, he adds to the type of players that we already have at the football club.”
Kaikai made four appearances for the Premier League side in the first half of the season before his move.
— Sullay Kaikai (@SullayKaikai) January 26, 2018
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