Parish is pleased with the impact Warnock has made and how the squad have bought into his ideas. However, Palace's co-owner knows how hard it will be to replicate last term's success when Pulis led the team to an 11th-placed finish.
"It's going to be tough, nobody thinks it's going to be easy," said Parish. "We've had a great start really, all said and done with all the upheaval at the club.
"We're pleased Neil's come in and steadied the ship, done exactly what I wanted him to do. The players buy into him and you can see that from the performances.
"Sometimes I don't think enough is made of the players. We've got a core group of players at our club that have done a fantastic job for me. I've been involved with a couple of them in the difficult times when managers go and they've really held it together at our football club.
"What we need are people that come in and embrace everything that we've got going that's good, and then add to it."
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