STEVE Parish says Crystal Palace hope to have some new players before the weekend.
With Monday's transfer deadline approaching fast, Parish is working hard with the club's new manager Neil Warnock on targets.
One is believed to be Jack Cork from Southampton, while a move to bring Wilfried Zaha isn't out of the question.
However, one man who won't be plying his trade at Selhurst Park is goalkeeper Paddy Kenny, who has worked with Warnock previously at Sheffield United, Queens Park Rangers and Leeds United.
The custodian is currently a free agent.
"I think Paddy might find it difficult getting into the club as we have two great keepers," said Parish.
"I don't think that's a position we're particularly concerned about.
"Julian Speroni has been fantastic for the club for years and obviously Wayne Hennessey is knocking on the door.
"We're OK for keepers. There are plenty of other ideas Neil has for players so we'll be trying to bring in some before the weekend if we can and certainly before the deadline is over on Monday."