We take a photographic look at the best moments from Crystal Palace's season so far.
Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace (21st September 2014)
Palace may not have been too impressive under the guidance of Neil Warnock, but this victory was one of the finest they achieved.
The Eagles travelled to Goodison Park as outsiders to get the three points, but they performed in style and picked up a well earned victory.
Palace showed more ruthlessness than Everton, as goals from Mile Jedinak, Frazier Campbell and Yannick Bolasie provided them with the victory.
Crystal Palace 3-1 Liverpool (23rd November 2014)
Unquestonably Palace's finest performance under Warnock, the London side played Liverpool off the park in a brilliant display.
Palace were combative, entertaining and clinical in the match with goals from Dwight Gayle, Joe Ledley and Mile Jedinak providing them with the victory.
Alan Pardew takes charge of first match (4th January 2015)
Alan Pardew's return to Crystal Palace created great excitement around the club and his first match in charge could hardly have gone better.
Palace took on Dover in the FA Cup, but they avoided an upset by beating the non-league side 4-0 in a very accomplished performance.
Crystal Palace 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur (10th January 2015)
Palace backed up their FA Cup win with Pardew's first Premier League victory a week later.
The prospect of facing an in-form Tottenham side looked a daunting one, but the Eagles went about their task with vigour and showed their fighting spirit throughout.
Goals from Gayle and Jason Puncheon gave them a come-from-behind win, which gave them further momentum to build upon.
West Ham United 1-3 Crystal Palace (28th February 2015)
Racing into a 3-0 lead at the Boleyn Ground is always something which will go down well with Palace fans and this will be an away win which will be remembered for some time.
Pardew's side outplayed their London rivals with a display which highlighted all the improvements they have made recently.
Glenn Murray was the hero of the match, with his double backed up by a Scott Dann goal to send the travelling hordes home happy.
Stoke City 1-2 Crystal Palace (21st March 2015)
Playing at the Britannia Stadium is one of the biggest tests for any Premier League side, but Palace passed it with flying colours.
Murray's and Wilfried Zaha's goals provided Palace with the three points, which will surely secure their status as a top-flight club again next season.