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Andy Johnson believes that his goals can keep Crystal Palace in The Premiership.
Johnson is the leading English goalscorer in the top flight this season, with 14 goals to his name so far this term.
The 23-year-old is just two behind Thierry Henry, and his continued scoring displays have led to increased calls for him to get an England chance.
Johnson says that if he can keep on banging in the goals, it could be enough to keep Palace up this season.
Andy Johnson has conceded that he might not be at Crystal Palace next season if they are relegated.
With Palace hovering over the drop zone, speculation has linked the prolific marksman with a move away from Selhurst Park.
Johnson has proven a revelation in his debut campaign in the top flight, trailing only Thierry Henry in the goalscoring charts.
Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan has again insisted he will not sell striker Andrew Johnson.
Palace have already turned down a bid from Tottenham for the 24-year-old England international, who scored 21 goals in the Premiership last season.
And Jordan told Sky: "Andrew Johnson is a fantastic player - he is our player.