CRYSTAL Palace boss Neil Warnock is ready to make his return to Selhurst Park tomorrow and hinted in his Friday press conference that his new signings will be part of his matchday squad. It has been a whirlwind two weeks for the former Sheffield United man, heading up to Newcastle and back, finalising transfer deals and then taking training this week with his new arrivals. And Warnock believes his squad can give opposition sides "a good game" now for the season following his acquisitions. "I am very much looking forward to my first game back tomorrow," he said. "The two weeks since I've come back my feet haven't touch the floor and I thought to myself it would be nice to get a relaxing afternoon! "I have been chasing accommodation and all sort of things down here. I don't like hotels. "I have really enjoyed the training and they're a very genuine bunch, as you would imagine after how they finished last season. "I think to bring three or four quality players in as well, it sets us up now for the season and I think we can home and away and give everybody a good game really. "The new players have all got different attributes to help the team. We were looking for players who weren't going to disrupt anything and the dressing room is probably the most important thing around at the moment. They have all fitted in well. Meanwhile, Warnock is delighted to have Kevin Doyle on board despite some fans' reservations about the striker coming to the club. "I have always been a big fan of Kevin Doyle," he said. "I hadn't quite managed to sign him, I tried three or four times previously. "It's nice to have him on board and his experience. We are young team and I think it's nice to add a little bit of experience like that."
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