JULIAN Speroni isn't pressing any panic buttons just yet and insists the new-look Palace squad will come good once they start getting used to each other.
The Eagles were outplayed by Swansea City last weekend, but he insists Palace have been playing well so far this season in the Premier League.
"It wasn't nice to lose and I think it's the first time we've felt we were never in the game," Speroni said.
"Swansea dominated completely but I think we need to take the positives and learn from the negatives.
"We tried to play, the attitude was good, but we played against a very good team. They move the ball so, so well. They're a top team, it's no secret.
"It's not the best to concede a goal after a minute or two – it killed us a little bit.
"The previous four games we played really well, and obviously we couldn't get the points we needed apart from Sunderland.
"We have played some good football so I think we need to carry on the same path."
And the custodian pointed out it's still early days in the top flight and believes the new players will be looking to "put the work in".
"You have to be professional and you have to stay positive," said Speroni. "There's no point us feeling sorry for ourselves – we need to move on.
"We have a good team, we need to put all the new players together, and as soon as we start knowing each other a little bit more we'll be fine."