The Aussie left Palace in the summer after losing the club captaincy to Scott Dann.
"When you spend five years somewhere, and go through pretty much everything you can with a football club, it was special," Jedinak told a press conference.
"It was a good time in my career, the last five years, and it wasn't just what we built on the field.
"I was able to start a family in London and so on. It's a very dear place to my heart and will continue to be."