Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway admits he loves unleashing his side's dynamic front three on the Championship's defences.

Wingers Wilfried Zaha and Yannick Bolasie have impressed all season for the table toppers playing either side of striker Glenn Murray, who bagged another two goals in Saturday's 3-0 win over his old club Brighton.

Murray now has 17 goals for the campaign and nine in six matches since Holloway took over from Dougie Freedman a month ago.

"I'm thoroughly enjoying what I'm seeing," said Holloway.

"There are things we can do better but on the whole, we can go one side and hurt you, the other side we might too and you better watch the man in the middle too.

"He's a fantastic footballer, his football brain is as good as anybody I've worked with.

"He's very, very clever, I love clever footballers and I'm thoroughly enjoying that and this group deserve all sorts of credit."