It's been a busy January for Crystal Palace.
New manager Alan Pardew arrived from Newcastle United, and he's embarked on something of a spending spree with six first team signings.
Yaya Sanogo, Jordon Mutch, Shola Ameobi and Pape Souare were already in place before deadline day, but the Eagles weren't done there.
Palace confirmed that winger Wilfried Zaha would be returning to Selhurst Park on a permanent basis having initially rejoined the club on loan Manchester United last summer.
Then, just as the transfer window was about to slam shut, Palace announced a deal to sign Bolton Wanderers playmaker Lee Chung-yong.
Both players add quality in the final third for Palace, and fans reacted on Twitter after the confirmation of the deals - with varying responses.
Many were pleased to see Zaha complete a permanent return to the club having left just 18 months ago, but some were slightly confused by the signing of Lee given that Jason Puncheon and Yannick Bolasie figure to be competition for him.
Here are some of the reactions from Palace fans on Twitter after the signings of Zaha and Lee...
Zaha as a lot to improve to get ahead of puncheon and bolasie as he is miles behind but still a gd signing #cpfc— Jason lintern (@jasongas) February 2, 2015
Palace sign Wilf Zaha and Lee Chung-Yong on deadline day, fantastic pieces of business #cpfc— Adam Burgoyne (@AdamBeegie) February 2, 2015
Even when Man United signed Wilfred Zaha I knew he was going to struggle , #CPFC is his true home. Great for him to be permanently back.— Dan Bonham (@DanBonzo) February 2, 2015
Not sure about lee Chung-yong. Not sure another winger is needed with bolasie returning but suppose he's been signed for a reason! #CPFC— Nick Ward (@NickWard7) February 2, 2015
Welcome to Palace, Lee Chung-Yong.. By all accounts, he's a special talent. Very excited. #cpfc— HLTCO (@HLTCO) February 2, 2015
Like the signing of winger Lee Chung-Yong from Bolton. Heard great things about him. Interest from Asia will be huge. Shrewd #CPFC— TheEaglesBeak.Com (@TheEaglesBeak) February 2, 2015