No regrets for Jerome over Palace move
The 27-year-old completed the switch on deadline day, having struggled for game time with Stoke last season, starting just eight Premier League matches.
And after making his debut in Palace's 2-0 loss to Manchester United last Saturday, in which he came on in the second half, he is eager to see the side click and feels that they have a lot to offer.
"Palace jumped at the chance to sign me - and I wanted to come here," he told The Sun.
"As a player, you want to play as many games as possible.
"Hopefully we can click together quickly as we have a half-decent squad here."
Manager Ian Holloway ended up made 16 new additions for the new season and is preparing his new-look squad for Sunday's visit of Swansea City.