Scott Dann was pleased to see Palace end their 14 game winless run with a 1-0 home victory over Norwich City.
A great second half goal from Jason Puncheon was enough to secure the Eagles' first three points of 2016 and Dann was pleased to finally be up and running.
"It wasn't the prettiest of games. It was two teams down the bottom of the table going toe to toe and we had to dig in, see it out and thankfully Jason's put one in the top corner - it's a great goal," said the centre-back.
"We had to dig in and hang on at the end there, they came at us. We're delighted. We stuck together. We've had a bad run and hopefully that's us turning the corner."
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