Crystal Palace co-owner Steve Parish will hand boss Neil Warnock a January transfer kitty. However, Parish warned the club will not abandon the prudent principals that have underpinned their top-flight return.
"There's money available - if we get the right targets," said Parish. "But sometimes you don't have to spend money.
"It's almost now like there's a league table of who's spent what. People believe that's how the real league table is going to finish.
"We will look at opportunities where we can strengthen our football club.
"We're not going to sign players and Neil won't sign players that he doesn't think are better than anybody we've got. That would upset the apple cart.
"That's not easy, signing players that are better than what you've got and then your academy kids coming through, it's not easy.
"We've built this club by taking people fundamentally that no one else wanted.
"The core group that are performing in the Premier League, for whatever reason have been undervalued."
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