By George Sessions, Press Association
Published: 12:56 GMT, 1 November 2019 | Updated: 12:57 GMT, 1 November 2019
Steve Parish believes the Premier League dynamic is changing, with Crystal Palace and Leicester examples of clubs outside the top six not buckling under the pressure to the so-called big boys when it comes to transfers.
The two teams will meet at Selhurst Park on Sunday, with Leicester third and Roy Hodgson's side sixth and notably ahead of Manchester United and Tottenham.
During the summer, the Red Devils raided the Foxes and Eagles, but had to pay £130million overall for Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish insists Premier League clubs don't have to sell to survive
Parish has said if he believes the club need new players he has no problem investing in them
Palace chairman Parish managed to hold firm when it came to Wilfried Zaha and he believes clubs outside the traditional big six are no longer reliant on selling to survive.
'It is clear what has changed in the Premier League is the Leicesters and Crystal Palaces don't have to sell to survive, and if we think we can do more with the money we will, but we take everything on its merits,' he said.
'If there is a signal that has been sent out this summer it is we will sell if it's the right money, and if it's not we