Mile Jedinak was pleased with Palace's overall performance in the 0-0 draw at home to Everton, even if the Eagles were left ruing missed opportunities.
"There was a lot of positivity [in the dressing room]. I think we dominated the game, even when they had eleven men," said the skipper. "We started on the front foot and just didn't capitalise maybe in the last third, that final but, the pass or the shot was just off.
"We persisted though, we kept at it and I thought our energy was brilliant forcing them to make the error for the red card, stuff like that. It was just not our night in front of goal unfortunately.
"The aim is to get as many points as we can, it hasn't changed. We've got a couple of results now - two at home - and we'll look to build on that."
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