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Dann targets improvement

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Scott Dann

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Skipper Scott Dann has vowed to work hard over the international break and help Crystal Palace climb the table.

Palace are stuck to the bottom of the Premier League after going down to their ninth defeat of the season at Tottenham last Sunday.

Though the Eagles created more clear-cut chances than their London rivals, they returned to South London with no points after a narrow 1-0 loss.

Dann says the two-week hiatus will give Palace manager Roy Hodgson lengthy time to work with the squad and allow the injured Christian Benteke to recover.

"The international break will give us a chance to get a couple of the players who are out injured back available again," Dann told the Palace website. "But we will be working hard over this period to get better to make sure going into the next game we are ready to get the points that we need.

"No game is ever easy in this league and each one is going to bring its own threats but hopefully we can start putting a run of results together and start climbing the table."

The centre half added: "We had the better chances [against Spurs] and more through the game than they did albeit they had more possession than us. But we have to put one of those in the back of the net to win the game.

"For our group now though we have to take the positives and move on to the next game and hopefully put in a similar performance and that will be good enough to get us three points."

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