CRYSTAL Palace supremo Steve Parish says the top end of the field is their main priority for bringing in new blood at the moment. And while he admitted there were other clubs interested in taking Jason Banton on loan, he insisted the Eagles are not in a rush to send players out compared to previous seasons. "People have got to think we lost Wilfried Zaha and then Glenn Murray to injury, and we didn't concede a goal in the three play-off games," he told the Croydon Advertiser. "We've obviously lost in an attacking sense and we weren't bad defensively anyway. "I think it's about getting your priorities first at the top end of the pitch because of being a bit thin there. "We're not panicking to save a few weeks wages anymore either – we have got to make sure if players do go out on loan that it's to the right club that will give them the right sort of development. "MK Dons and a few other club came in for Jason. I think it's a good place for him to carry on learning his trade, so we're very happy to let him go and learn more."Please credit the Croydon Advertiser if you want to use any of the quotes above.
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