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The Chelsea loanee scored a brace against the Toffees that included a stoppage-time worldie to secure the Eagles all three points and end a run of four games without a win.
:microphone2:️ "The last goal - that feeling is incredible."- Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) December 12, 2021
:microphone2:️ "I love it. Them just singing my name right now is a great feeling for me. They give me confidence which is amazing for a player."
Conor Gallagher is loving life at #CPFC :clap::clap: pic.twitter.com/uKujDxS2mO
"The last goal - that feeling is incredible," he told Sky Sports.
"I love it. Them [Palace fans] just singing my name right now is a great feeling for me. They give me confidence which is amazing for a player."
Gallagher's comments have earned him plenty of plaudits on social media, with fans loving the youngster's enthusiasm for the game.
Never. Fall. In. Love. With. A. Loan. Player. When will I learn https://t.co/f877M0mzLT- Moz (@mattmorris111) December 12, 2021
Palace fans have clearly taken the 21-year-old to their hearts, but he is surely in line to return to breakthrough into the Blues' squad after what has been a superb breakthrough season so far.
He has scored six goals in 16 appearances across all competitions for Patrick Vieira's team, and registered three assists in that time.
The Epsom-born midfielder also made his England senior debut last month, after coming off from the bench in the 10-0 annihilation of San Marino to book the Three Lions' place in next year's World Cup finals.
Gallagher will now be turning his attention to Palace's next match at home to Southampton on Wednesday, before seeing out December with trips to Watford and Tottenham Hotspur, ahead of hosting Norwich City at Selhurst Park.
With a relatively kind set of festive fixtures on paper and more brilliance from Gallagher, the Eagles could soar up the Premier League table.