Crystal Palace co-chairman Martin Long has not given up hope of trying to persuade Manchester United to loan Wilfried Zaha back to Selhurst Park next season.Palace manager Ian Holloway also revealed after the match at Wembley that he would love to have Zaha back at his disposal next season, although he knows David Moyes will probably want to keep the young forward. "I think he (Moyes) would be silly to give me him back. Now we're up it might be realistic but who knows? "He will know the task he's got. Mine will be staying up, his will be winning every week. Good luck to him and good luck to us." Long's co-chairman, Steve Parish, also feels that Zaha will now stay at United and backed him to play a key role under Moyes. He said: "I think Wilf should go and have his chance with Manchester United. I think he has earned that. We certainly won't be making representation. "I would hate him to go anywhere else if that was what they were going to do. Me, personally, I think he is good enough for their side."