JULIAN Speroni has reassured Crystal Palace fans that Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Hull City was a blip and that they are "on the right path" under boss Neil Warnock. It was the Eagles' first defeat in the league with Warnock at the helm since his arrival at the end of August. And Speroni says that after building up a strong standard in recent weeks, it may have been hard for the players to maintain it. "Every manager has their own view and we'll take it on board," he said. "It takes time to adjust but we've had a good start under him, with two draws and two wins. "I do think we're on the right path. We'll just keep training now. We have a lot of players away now so they will be busy. But we'll work on things and see what we change. "When you set the standard so high, it's hard to maintain it. We have been playing so well in the last few games so it's normal sometimes that you can drop a little bit. "It was a bad result, I wouldn't read too much into it and we'll carry on. We can't get too down, we have put it behind us and start to think on Chelsea."
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