Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has revealed their immediate ambitions.
With investment from American co-owners Joshua Harris and David Blitzer, the club - the tenth longest serving club in the Premier League - are preparing to undertake a £75-100million main stand extension which, with an extra 8,000 capacity and 2,000 more executive seats, Parish believes could increase annual match-day revenues by up to £25m, when crowds return.
"There are relatively few clubs among the 92 in the pyramid who, if they were to get to the Premier League, can get around £50m to £55m annually in non-media income. We are at around £32m and we can get in that main group with that main stand extension. You just can't get any more out of that stadium as it is."