JAMES McArthur paid tribute to the Crystal Palace supporters for lifting the players following Julian Speroni's penalty save on Saturday. The Scottish international made his Eagles debut in the middle of the park and put in a solid performance. He nearly scored with a dipping volley in the first half but felt Palace didn't create enough in the second period. McArthur feels the Eagles have enough in their locker to move up the table with their striking options, too. "It's been a good week," he said. "I thought we played well first half chances-wise. Second half, we could have created a bit more but we'll take a point in the end with a saved penalty. "It's been brilliant so far, the fans are great and you can hear them all the way through. I thought the atmosphere was good and for the save they rose unbelievably. It picked everyone up and it was a great save from Jules. "I think we limited Burnley to chances. We had a lot in the first half and we should have maybe created a bit more in the second half with breakaways but we go again next week. "I am looking forward to it here. I think we have enough to stay up, our attacking players are top quality and will give us a lot of goals this year. "Obviously we'll have to help them and keep clean sheets which we did on Saturday but I think we're strong enough. "I felt good and the boys help you. There is a competition for places and that's good. "In this league you need that and have a big squad."
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