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Damien Delaney: Don't sniff at a point against Burnley, it will get better for Crystal Palace

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CRYSTAL Palace defender Damien Delaney believes Saturday's point against Burnley is something to build on following a hectic few weeks. The Republic of Ireland international is certainly not getting worried either about the Eagles' start and says once the new-look squad begin to gel, things should fall into place. On paper, Palace may have been expected to beat the Clarets on home soil, but following the new arrivals and international break, Delaney is staying positive and was happy with the first clean sheet of the campaign. "Any point in this division can't be sniffed at," said the 33-year-old. "We could have won it but we could have quite easily lost it as well. "We'll take it, that's two games undefeated now. A clean sheet, there's lots of bonuses and also Wilfried Zaha coming back in it's only going to get better. "The first clean sheet is good. Points is what you're after, clean sheets are a bonus. "We have a lot of new players involved and some were away on international duty on meeting others for the first time on Thursday, so it's nothing but positives really. "Yannick Bolasie, I hadn't even seen until the changing room before the game as he was away. "It's been important to get two good results. It's two points and we have another 38 to go. "Once we start gelling hopefully we can go on and achieve better things."

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Damien Delaney: Don't sniff at a point against Burnley, it will get better for Crystal Palace


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