Crystal Palace striker Clinton Morrison admits he fears for his future at Selhurst Park.
Morrison fired both of Palace's goals in their 2-1 away victory over Colchester on Saturday to secure Neil Warnock's first victory since taking over as manager in October.
Despite his match winning brace, Morrison has revealed that he fears leaving Palace and that he is desperate to stay when the January transfer window opens.
When Warnock replaced Peter Taylor as Palace boss he said that he would give his inherited squad the chance to impress before deciding on the changes that were required.
And Morrison is hopeful he is beginning to show the form which will secure his future with Palace.
"A few players will be going," said Morrison in the Daily Mail. "I just want to be one of those staying.
"I've got a lot to prove to those fans who don't think I should play and to the manager."