Crystal Palace co-owner Steve Parish denies last summer's market approach was scattergun.
But he admits errors were made with former manager Ian Holloway.
â€śLast summer wasnâ€™t just thrown together,â€ť he told the Croydon Advertiser. â€śIan and I and the people we were working with thought about every single player.
â€śObviously Ian had a different style to Tony and so he brought in players who brought a different style.
â€śSome of them may not fit with us going forward but they are good players and the club will do OK out of those players, and those players will do OK having been at Crystal Palace and gaining the experience.
â€śAnd in there, there were one or two mistakes, but they werenâ€™t mistakes at the time. Some players didnâ€™t settle or maybe some didnâ€™t see eye-to-eye when they first arrived, for example.
â€śSometimes it just doesnâ€™t work out for you at a club. "Maybe you donâ€™t take your chances or it just doesnâ€™t happen for you on the pitch.
â€śI am really comfortable with last summer. I think weâ€™ll look at less options this summer because Tony has got a much clearer idea of what he wants.â€ť
For the big stories and the banter follow us on Twitter: @tribalfootball