Palace midfielder Chung-yong Lee has revealed that he is looking forward to the upcoming south London derby with Charlton Athletic.
The Addicks travel to Selhurst Park on Wednesday 23rd September to face the high-flying Eagles in the Capital One Cup and Lee can't wait to face them.
During a recent photoshoot for shirt sponsors Mansion, Lee pulled an angry pose for the cameras, prompting the question as to whether he was fired up for the derby game next week.
"Yes, it was good practice today," joked the 27-year-old midfielder. "I'm not really angry when I'm on the football pitch!
"I always try to win games for us, so I'm looking forward to the Cup game against Charlton. Hopefully we'll win that game."
The South Korea international attracts a host of fans from his home country to every game at Selhurst Park and spends plenty of time signing autographs and posing for pictures after full-time, which is something he spoke about in the interview.
Lee also discussed his modelling abilities and revealed that he used to have his own range of water back in Korea, called Blue Dragon. The full video interview is available now on the CPFC Free Membership site eagles.cpfc.co.uk.
Tickets for the south London derby are still available to buy. More information can be found by clicking HERE.