Crystal Palace fans are feeling positive this season
Believe Crystal Palace have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Crystal Palace fans are presently mostly feeling Hope
Crystal Palace's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 9.2
Crystal Palace fans want to see a Striker transfer
Are satisfied with Crystal Palace's recruitment so far this summer
Cheick Doucoure / £21m / Lens
Described as "irreplaceable" by his former team mates, the Mali international is a top-class midfield enforcer who should win over the Palace fanbase with his work rate, technical ability and reading of the game. 4/5
Maloclm Ebiowei / Undisclosed / Derby
Continuing the Eagles' successful recruitment blueprint of cherry picking talented youngsters from the EFL, Ebiowei is a direct right winger who netted once and picked up two assists in 11 starts for Derby last season. 4/5
Sam Johnstone / Free / West Brom
The goalkeeping position has been a problem area for Crystal Palace for the last few seasons and Sam Johnstone is a major upgrade. 4/5
Chris Richards / £8.5m / Bayern Munich
Highly thought of young centre-half who was on loan at Hoffenheim last season. Already has eight caps for the USA and looks the type to improve quickly, a good understudy to Marc Guehi and Joachim Andersen. 4/5
Loan / St Johnstone
Loan / Coventry
Undisclosed / DC United
Loan / Bradford
Palace recorded a positive goal difference for the first time in their 13 seasons in the Premier League last season.
Palace sustained just four home league defeats last season - their fewest losses in the top flight since the 1990-91 campaign.
Wilfried Zaha has registered a double-figure league goal tally just three times in 13 seasons. Each of those occasions have been during the last four seasons.
Palace posted eight home draws last season which was higher than any other team in the division.
Crystal Palace's 12th place extended their sequence of bottom-half finishes to seven but there were clear signs of progress in their first season under Patrick Vieira. The Eagles should continue to sail comfortably clear of the relegation scrap but without significant investment, it could be tricky to climb higher. They remain heavily reliant on Wilfried Zaha, who turns 30 in November.
Palace to finish in top half
Where do you think your club will finish in the league?
How are you feeling about your club’s chances ahead of the new season? Tell us by answering 4 very simple questions then share your results to social!