So Steve Parish has revealed there will be a 'major announcement' regarding the future of our stadium within the next month. Several media outlets instantly jumped on it and assumed we were building a new ground, now the majority seem to think we're staying at Selhurst and redeveloping it into a 40,000-all seater. I've always maintained on here that I prefer the old school grounds and would hate to move to a plastic bowl in the middle of nowhere, so I stand by that. As crap as Selhurst is (it's barely changed since I got my season ticket 25 years ago) going to matches just wouldn't be the same. I guess we'll find out in a few weeks, but if we're genuinely going to redevelop Selhurst and increase the capacity to around 40,000 then it's an exciting time for the club. We've been at this level for five years now, so it's about time some of the revenue generated (and the American investment) was put to good use. Let's just hope we're in the Premier League when it's built!