Last Updated: Tue, 01 Oct 2013 15:08
Jimmy Kebe says he has no regrets about joining Crystal Palace despite the club's struggles in the early part of the season.
The Mali international winger joined Palace in the summer after being relegated from the Premier League with Reading, and unless Palace improve quickly they could be heading the same way.
However Kebe says moving to Selhurst Park was the right decision following an injury-hit campaign with Reading, and he is looking forward to the game with Liverpool this weekend.
"The club is perfect for me, I'm just happy to get back on the pitch and I want to keep playing," he said. "I'm looking forward to Liverpool. They are 11 players so they're just a team."
Meanwhile, Kebe says it is also important to stay positive following a difficult run of results.
"I think we had the same problem with Reading last year, and we need to make sure we don't doubt the team," he said. "We just need to move forward and work as a team.
"If we start doubting that's the most important thing, we don't need to doubt. We know it's going to be difficult. There are some new players. They need to be spot on with the rest of the group. We'll be fine."
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