CRYSTAL Palace will be making enquiries for the "bigger name" players in the future as long as they stay in the Premier League, says co-chairman Steve Parish. At the time the Advertiser went to press on Thursday morning, the likes of Martin Kelly, Jack Cork and Steven Nzonzi were linked with moves to the Eagles, while Parish was confident the club will bring in further additions before the end of the transfer window. "There are too many clubs chasing too few players of known quality, when you know they can do a job for you at a certain level," said the co-chairman. "We're confident we'll be more or less where we want to be kick-off time, maybe a little bit behind. "As we move forward, we'll be going in for the players who are more well-known, the more bigger named, that kind of thing. "It's been ten years we've been out of this league, we haven't been in it very long and it's the first time we've been here for a second season. "We need to consolidate and then we'll push on from there."For the full interview with Parish among a number of player interviews, do not miss Friday's special 12-page Palace supplement in the Advertiser ahead of the new season.
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