Luka Milivojevic would be happy if Crystal Palace can repeat their points haul from last season.
The Eagles host Norwich on Saturday looking to extend their unbeaten start to the Premier League campaign at Selhurst Park.
Palace finished the 2018-19 campaign in 12th place on 49 points.
Asked what the target should be this time around, Milivojevic said: “Last season I said top 10 but most of the time we were fighting to stay in the league. I can say the aim is just to be better than last season.
“It will not be easy because we took 49 points. That points or even more would be great for us. We could easily have 10 points now, even if we are happy.
“In other leagues you can already take three points before the game – in the Premier League that is impossible.”
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