The first week under Tony Pulis has been ledge. He has set his stall and the lads have taken to him well.
We know he has a quality record in the Premier League of keeping teams away from the relegation zone.
We are all really pleased Keith Millen has stayed as we have all opened up to him and he has been a pleasure to work under since Ian Hollloway's departure from the club.
I haven't really been able to build any momentum this season because I missed the beginning of the season with a hamstring injury and now I'm out for three games.
It's been stop-start but I will be looking to consolidate my place in the team when I come back from suspension.
The only real positive I can take from my sending off is that I'm only going to miss a week's worth of games - as we have Norwich today, West Ham on Tuesday and then Cardiff next Saturday.
I thought the red card I received against Hull was slightly harsh but it is what it is. I have a three-match ban and I just have to get on with it.
I watched the remainder of the game in Hull's corridor. We hadn't won away from home all season, so it was good to see the lads get the win - despite the fact that I was disappointed at being sent off.
I trained this morning with the Under-21s and I'll hopefully play in a friendly sometime next week to keep my fitness up.
I think we can beat Norwich today. We have to at least get a point. I really can't see us losing after the form we have shown in the last couple of games against Everton and Hull.
We need to shorten the gap at the bottom of the Premier League and I am confident we can do that.
Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie was speaking exclusively to Give Me Sport before his side's encounter with Norwich City.