Under Roy Hodgson, Crystal Palace have had another strong season to move away from the relegation zone and finish mid-table.
They have also beaten last season’s points total. Last year they ended on 44 points, but after a good finish to the campaign, Palace have got 49 points which has earned them 12th place.
There were quite a few high moments for them this season. With wins over Manchester City and rivals Arsenal among the standouts.
Palace, like a few teams, will be hoping to kick on next season and will want to look ahead instead of behind them to relegation.
But to do this the Eagles have a few matters to address this summer.
Here we will take a look at the five things we have learned from watching Crystal Palace this season and where they could possibly improve ahead of the next campaign.
They must keep Zaha
Zaha has grown incredibly as a player since returning to Selhurst Park. He has matured a lot and now he plays with much more intelligence.
It can’t be understated how important he is to Palace but his performances are going to attract interest from teams across Europe.
They are going to have a fight on their hands to keep Zaha, but it is vital they do so.
A new striker is needed
Palace are perhaps strongest on the wing and in attacking midfield, but they have struggled to find a top goalscoring striker.
Michy Batshuayi could be the answer to their problems as he has impressed on loan, but it will be tough to make the deal permanent with the big fee and his wage demands.
Either way, Palace need to bring in a marquee striker to add more goals to the team.
A new goalkeeper should also follow
This is another position Palace have struggled with this season.
Wayne Hennessey has been ousted as the number one by Vicente Guaita and their goalkeeper situation for next season is really unclear.
They have been linked with Jack Butland and this summer should be the time they splash out on a new number one.
Wan-Bissaka is destined for the top
After breaking into the team at the end of last season, Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been an ever-present for Palace this year.
He has had a superb campaign and the 21-year-old has arguably been the league’s best right-back.
Manchester United have been linked with him and if the big teams come calling, it will be difficult for Palace to keep hold of their talented youngster.
Palace need to have a strong start to next season
As has been the case over the last couple of seasons, a poor start has limited where Palace end up. They had a poor run in October, in which they were briefly dragged into a relegation fight.
The Eagles did end the season brilliantly to finish 12th. But if they start the season strongly, Palace could compete with the likes of Wolves and Everton for a top-eight place next season.