The view of the oppositionNorwich defender Michael Turner has labelled tomorrow’s match with Reading as key.
The stuttering Canaries drew 3-3 at home with Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday, having surrendered the lead at 2-1, meaning that they have only won once in their last nine games.
And Turner believes that they owe their supporters a response, as they bid to get their promotion charge back on track.
“This game couldn’t have come around quickly enough really after Saturday,” he told Norwich’s official site. “It’s an important match, as they all have been recently, but this one is key. We feel like we need to get a victory and move onto the next one.
“It’s a big game for us. We know we need to pick up victories soon, but we feel we’re not far away from doing that. If we continue to do the things that we know we’re good at, then we won’t be far off.”
“We’re still in a positive mindset. We’re relatively pleased with how we’ve played in games, we’re kind of baffled by the fact that we haven’t picked up as many points as we know we should have done.
“We know where we’ve been going wrong and we’re working hard to put it right, but generally as a team and as a club, we feel that we are doing the right things so hopefully it’s only a matter of time before things change and we get a few wins together and start climbing the league again.”