Yohan Cabaye has been in wonderful form since arriving at Crystal Palace in the summer transfer window.
The Eagles have won five of their first eight matches in the league this term, and they currently sit in fourth place in the table.
Cabaye has urged his side not to rest on their laurels, though, as he believes that they have the ability to hold their place in the upper echelons of England's top flight.
"There is still a long way to go but we can do something special this year," the French international midfielder enthused, after Palace beat West Bromwich Albion 2-0 in their most recent fixture.
Alan Pardew has got Palace playing some of the best football in England, with their attacking talent shining through during the season so far.
The likes of Yannick Bolasie and Wilfried Zaha are amongst the most feared wingers in the division, and the side's summer additions have given them even greater quality in their squad.
The arrival of Cabaye really announced Palace's intentions, and it seems that they are a club riding the crest of a wave at the moment.
For Palace, the international break may have come at the wrong time, as it halts their momentum somewhat, but they return to action in two weeks' time with a match against West Ham United.