Crystal Palace owners CPFC 2010 have made one final plea for people to buy season tickets by erecting 100 giant posters across south London.

Just 8,200 tickets for next season have been sold so far, some way short of the target of 10,000, with 1,500 holders from last year still to renew their ticket.

In an effort to encourage those sitting on the fence, the club has stepped up their 'Born in South London' and 'South London and Proud' campaign by producing 100 new giant posters that will be appearing on billboards throughout south London this week.

The posters will feature three Palace academy graduates - Sean Scannell, Nathaniel Clyne and Kieron Cadogan - while there will also be a new poster showing Palace fans in the Holmesdale stand entitled 'You are the 12th Man'.

As a result season ticket prices will be held at the current levels until June 30, with last season's ticket holders entitled to a final chance to join at January prices.

"We have decided it is now time for one final push to encourage those who are wavering to renew," said a statement by owners CPFC 2010.

"And also to appeal to the many thousands of casual Palace fans out there, to join those of us who attend every game and participate in the continued renaissance of our great football club.

"There are some fantastic fixtures to look forward to next season, and the best way to guarantee your seat at Selhurst Park is to purchase your ticket now.

"We expect games against the likes of West Ham, Millwall, Brighton and Leeds United to be sell-outs.

"Following on from (manager) Dougie Freedman's signing of Glenn Murray, we anticipate further exciting additions to our squad during the coming weeks and are convinced that the future is looking bright for our football club.

"The atmosphere at Selhurst Park during the latter stages of last season was electric and this is something that we hope will continue when we start again on the 6th of August."