We compile images from the best moments of Crystal Palace's 2014.
Crystal Palace will look back on 2014 as a largely successful year.
Although more recently things have started to unravel at Selhurst Park, the year has still been packed with memorable moments and some of the finest wins the club has achieved in the Premier League era.
In this piece we take a look at the best moments of Palace's year.
Crystal Palace 1-0 Stoke City (18th January 2014)
The Eagles picked up their first win of 2014 with a 1-0 success over Stoke City. Jason Puncheon scored the only goal during the match, which was to prove a catalyst for them turning their form around.
Palace had gone into that game having been victorious just once in their last six matches, but the confidence they gained from collecting the three points helped them pick up wins in two of their next three games.
Crystal Palace 1-0 Chelsea (29th March 2014)
One of the notable scalps that Palace took under Tony Pulis's stewardship, this victory was arguably their most impressive of the entire campaign.
The Eagles put in a battling performance in front of their own supporters and profited from an own goal from John Terry to secure the three points.
It was to practically end Chelsea's title bid for the season, but it was not the last time Palace would affect matters at the top of the league...
Crystal Palace 3-3 Liverpool (5th May 2014)
Palace were effectively safe by the time this fixture was played, having won five games on spin after the Chelsea win, but they showed all their fighting spirit during the contest.
Liverpool had been 3-0 up and cruising at Selhurst Park, but Palace pulled off one of the most memorable comebacks in Premier League history during the second half of the match.
A late goal from Damien Delaney appeared nothing more than a consolation, but the introduction of Dwight Gayle turned the match on its head and the front man scored twice in quick succession to complete the turnaround.
It was a shocking result, which ended up handing the title to Manchester City, and the match will always be fondly remembered by supporters of the London club.
Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace (21st September 2014)
This season hasn't been as successful as the last for Palace, but their away win against Everton was an impressive result.
The Eagles were on the back foot for much of the game, but showed a great clinical edge and picked up a crucial three points thanks to goals from Mile Jedinak, Frazier Campbell and Yannick Bolasie.
Crystal Palace 3-1 Liverpool (23rd November 2014)
Unquestionably the finest performance that Palace put in during Neil Warnock's time in charge of the club, the London side thoroughly outplayed the Reds during this fixture.
Liverpool had been looking to avenge the aforementioned 3-3 draw, but could not compete with the energy and power of the Eagles.
Gayle, Joe Ledley and Jedinak would steal the headlines after scoring Palace's three goals, but this really was a display that the whole team could be proud of and it highlighted the potential that the squad has.