Murray believes in Eagles
Crystal Palace striker Glenn Murray believes he and his team-mates are starting to believe in themselves.
Murray bagged a hat-trick in last weekend's 3-2 win over Cardiff as the Eagles stretched their unbeaten run to four matches.
After a shaky start to the season manager Dougie Freedman has
brought in a number of new faces and Murray insisted they have not looked back.
"We were not necessarily playing badly at the beginning of the season. It was one of those things, but it goes down as a bad start," he told the Guardian Series.
"But now we are just believing in what we're doing. Coming back against Cardiff shows that we believe in what the boss is trying to do and the fans are getting behind us too.
"They got the two goals in quick succession and knocked us out of our rhythm. We regrouped at half-time and were by far the better in the second half, and so it proved."