handsome 3-0 win over Aston Villa.
After turning out for the Under-21s against Middlesbrough earlier in the month, Zaha completed a deadline-day loan switch to Cardiff City. "He needs to keep his development going," explained David Moyes. "If he can get games at Cardiff then we can have a look at him in the Premier League and see exactly where he is."
The young winger eagerly seized upon his loan opportunity at Cardiff City, instantly becoming a regular pick for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. His debut brought an assist and he continued to acquit himself well despite the struggles of the Bluebirds, who slipped deep into the relegation mire.
In a difficult month for the struggling Bluebirds, the England international was restricted to only three substitute appearances in games that yielded three defeats. However, Zaha can be pleased with his contribution in the closing stages of the month as the loanee was particularly instrumental in helping Cardiff claim a 3-3 draw in a crazy game against West Brom at The Hawthorns.