CRYSTAL Palace co-chairman Steve Parish says the club are talking to two players who are out of contract next summer about extending their stays at Selhurst Park. Parish was unable to reveal which players they were talking to about staying on beyond June 2015, but one of them could be centre-back Damien Delaney. The Republic of Ireland international stepped up to the Premier League well last season and could be offered a another year or two. Parish is hoping to tie up those deals soon as well. "We're very hopeful of agreeing terms with a couple of players," Parish said. "Marouane Chamakh is one of those who is out of contract at the moment. "We're hopeful on a couple of others at Palace who only have a year left, but we're not overly concerned. I'm fine with that – if we can't get an agreement on those two, we can't get an agreement. "Conversations are being held, just to try and extend things with them but we won't let those drag on. "In terms of bringing in new players, I was fine with it last year, we stayed in the league and it was great. "The reality of it is we're not the masters of our own destiny entirely, are we? We're in the market of who is available and we're not prising players away from people physically. "But we do have one or two conversations going on."For the big back page interview with Parish, do not miss Friday's Croydon Advertiser.
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