There are plenty of players whose deals at Selhurst Park end this summer.
The season is coming to an end and with the international break clubs have plenty of opportunity at this moment in time to consider who will remain at the club and who will not.
That includes those whose contracts are coming to an end.
13 players at Crystal Palace become free agents in the summer, so who should stay and who should go?
Shola Ameobi - GO
He was ostensibly a stop-gap signing. Not one for the long term.
Damien Delaney - GO
The 33-year-old is still a regular for the team but rumour has it he wants out.
Palace should let him go and look at bringing in some fresher legs.
Reise Allassani - GO
A talented boy, no doubt, but not one who you can see playing in the Premier League. Best to let him find another avenue.
Ryan Inniss - STAY
The defender looks a promising talent and is still only 19-years-old. Another year at least.
Julian Speroni - STAY
The long serving Argentine seems to be signing one year deals ever year and hopefully he will do the same in the summer.
Brede Hangeland - GO
Signed last summer on a one year deal, the former Fulham defender has not been a regular for the club this term. Best he moves on.
Owen Garvan - GO
Not a regular and should be moved on.
Jerome Thomas - GO
Not getting any younger and has barely featured this campaign. Time at Palace is coming to an end.
Jerome Binom-Williams - GO
Not going to cut it.
Lewis Price - GO
Has not played for Palace since January 2013. Surely now is the time to let him free.
Peter Ramage - GO
Not Premier League standard.
Sullay Kaikai - STAY
He has impressed for Cambridge United this term. Still young, so why not give him another year.
Stephen Dobbie - GO
Barely made an impact at the club and plenty of Football League clubs will be scrambling for his signature.