Hughes left Selhurst on good terms
Michael Hughes insists he left Palace on good terms,despite the frustrating end to his Crystal Palace career.
Hughes being consigned to the sidelines for most of a miserable campaign that culminated in his release last week.
Hughes said'It`s no secret that me and Peter Taylor had our ups and downs.
'But we left on what I consider to be good terms and I have no problem with Peter.
'I don`t hold any grudges with anyone. Peter Taylor has a job to do, and both he and Simon Jordan have to choose the players they need for next season. I accept that decision because it`s a professional one.
'I was 90 per cent certain that I wasn`t going to be offered a deal. But I had some good times with Palace and wouldn`t change any of it.'
Hughes now hopes to move on to another Championship club.
'I`d like to play for another season, but don`t think I`d drop down a league,' he said. 'On one hand I`m gutted to leave Palace after spending so long at the club. But on the other hand, I`m excited about moving on to a new challenge.'
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