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"I've said it many times, we all want everything yesterday, instant success, and we are in that business, particularly in the Premier League", he said.

"What other people think, they have to decide but when I'm still the manager of Palace, I will give 100 percent".

"I can play that no problem but I think I have more to my game definitely".

Frank de Boer: "I have a positive feeling from what I have seen in training this week".

Chris Wood's early goal at Turf Moor, gifted by a dire Lee Chung-yong backpass, made it four league defeats out of four for Palace without scoring a goal.

The Premier League side have reportedly thought long and hard about sacking the Dutchman during the global break, despite De Boer only taking charge this summer.

This has led to reports suggesting De Boer could be replaced if he cannot turn results around, but he remains confident after talks with Parish.

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Only some poor finishing - notably from striker Christian Benteke and defender Scott Dann, who headed wide from point-blank range in the final minute - prevented them taking at least a point from the game, although the result means they have still not scored in the league this season. The club are said to have contemplated sacking De Boer during the global break, as the relationship between the manager and Palace chairman Steve Parish is reportedly "at breaking point".

"I had a good feeling we would score, I had confidence, but we didn't start with that confidence". I took a step back into the Championship, but I knew one day I would be back.

Turf Moor was a fortress for the Clarets for most of last season, but having seen West Brom take all three points here already this term Burnley were in no mood to see the walls penetrated again.

Nevertheless, Palace, while showing they are adept at shooting themselves in the foot, remain the only team in England without a league goal.

Frank de Boer drew unlikely parallels with Pep Guardiola and Louis van Gaal yesterday as he said he needed more time for his methods to work at Crystal Palace.

"I believe in myself that I have more than (being) a target man or typical number nine, as they say". I feel like I can keep progressing and do even better.

Newcastle assistant manager Francisco de Miguel Moreno said: "Rafa wanted to come and wanted to do everything he could to attend but the weather conditions were not the best". "The ups and downs of any side don't guarantee you anything in the Premier League and I think every team in the Premier League is a good side".