Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock accepts he's likely to sell his top youngsters in the summer.

Warnock has tipped teenage duo Nathaniel Clyne and Victor Moses for the very top.

Right-back Clyne, 17, went home with the sponsors' man-of-the-match award while winger Moses, 18, ripped the Reading defence apart.

Warnock said: "They could be the future of the club, but we're not going to be able to keep hold of them for much longer.

"You're talking about top-four players. I've not had a young defender better than Nathaniel since I've been a manager.

"Victor used to only play when he wanted - but we've pushed him and he's no longer a luxury, he contributes to the team.

"Neither of them will leave unless we're offered silly money."