Iain Moody: 'Crystal Palace looking for two or three players'

New Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis looks on during the Barclays Premier league match between Norwich City and Crystal Palace at Carrow Road on November 30, 2013
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Sporting director Iain Moody believes that Crystal Palace will not be looking to make too many changes in the January transfer window.

Iain Moody has insisted that Crystal Palace will not be looking to make big changes to their squad in the January transfer window.

Sporting director Moody will lead the search for new additions in January but claims that manager Tony Pulis is not looking to bring in many players as the club looks to secure their Premier League status.

"I don't think there will be 15 or 16 players coming in during January - that would have a destabilising effect," Moody told the South London Press.

"It is about fine-tuning, identifying the two or three players you need to try and upgrade.

"A lot is dictated by the philosophy of a club. I always ask what is the perception? I've always known Palace as having razor-sharp wide guys and two guys holding. An athletic and quick team."

Moody joined Palace in November following his departure from Cardiff City.

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