STEVE Parish was a happy man after Palace secured the permanent transfers of Wilfried Zaha and Lee Chung-Yong ahead of the transfer deadline on Monday.
The Eagles co-owner saw both players complete their medicals at the club's training ground in Beckenham to add to the recruitment of left-back Pape Souare, midfielder Jordon Mutch and striker Shola Ameobi at the end of last week.
The Eagles also signed youngster Keshi Anderson for the U21 side from non-league side Barton Rovers and midfielder Andreas Breimyr from Byrne FK.
And the latest window has been dubbed by many as Palace's most successful so far since their time in the Premier League, with the club as a whole brimming with confidence under Alan Pardew, too.
"It has been a lot easier probably than the others I've been involved in so far," said Parish.
"Alan has been good to work with and he's embraced our recruitment department.
"He has his own contacts to which has been very easy, in terms of when he's had options presented he's given us an order of priority of the ones he likes.
"Certainly this time has been a lot more organised and we just had about enough time when Alan came in."
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