YANNICK Bolasie has admitted that the latest managerial saga at Crystal Palace has become something "normal" during his time at the club.
After Neil Warnock, the next manager will be Bolasie's sixth he's worked under, including Keith Millen, in just over two-and-a-half years.
Bolasie described Warnock as "all right" but doesn't know what type of boss the players need following the 66-year-old's departure.
"It's a bit strange, to be honest," he told the Advertiser.
"It's not a situation we haven't been before either, though. I guess in a way it feels a bit normal.
"I found out on Saturday when I got into training and then Keith Millen came in and told us the gaffer had cleared his office.
"For me, he was all right, to be honest. I can't speak for everyone else, but he was all right.
"I don't know what sort of manager we need, we haven't really spoken about that. We'll just have to wait and see, of course.
"I think if we play like we did at QPR, getting back to basics, we'll start getting results.
"Obviously, we may have a couple of players coming to the club and we still have Glenn Murray to come back from his loan, plus Marouane Chamakh.
"It will be interesting. I would like to think Palace will be busy (in the transfer market)."
By Mark Ritson (Twitter @MR_LWMedia)