It's widely acknowledged that Palace had a good summer transfer window. Very good in fact. So good that a lot of pundits are proclaiming the Eagles to have been the third most astute club in when it came to signing players, behind only Manchester City and Swansea.
Some so-called experts are even predicting that Alan Pardew's men will now finish as high as fifth thanks to their wise summer transactions! Let's just all calm down a little, folks. The excitement of deadline day has clearly unsettled...
Former Manchester United assistant manager Carlos Queiroz has accused the club of "panic buying" and said there is a lack of star quality at Old Trafford.
Queiroz, who had two spells as assistant to Sir Alex Ferguson, said he believed both David Moyes and current manager Louis van Gaal had made mistakes as United adapted to life without their most successful-ever boss.
Chelsea's use of the loan market has been criticised by Professional Footballers' Association chief Gordon Taylor as the Premier League champions have sent 33 players out.
Jose Mourinho's side have let the likes of Juan Cuadrado (at Juventus), Marco van Ginkel (Stoke City) and Victor Moses (West Ham) depart this window, while have also used feeder Eredivisie club Vitesse to move players on to gain more experience.
However, Taylor does not agree with that approach.