NORWICH City’s record at Carrow Road against high calibre opposition gives the Canaries’ players belief heading into the final four games of the season, says Michael Turner.
The defender was speaking after the weekend’s defeat at Fulham, with Neil Adams’ side facing Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal after Sunday’s visit of Liverpool.
“We’ve shown in the past that we’ve played some of the top teams and played well against them, so there’s no reason why we can’t do that again,” he said when speaking to Norwich City TV.
“People have written us off, so we can go into them, give it our all, leave nothing behind and go from there really. We’ll keep fighting to the end.”
Turner has been impressed with the fresh ideas of Adams, who took the reins only a week prior to the much-improved display at Craven Cottage.
“The manager’s done a great job coming in, having just three or four training sessions to get across the way he wants us to play. I think we done that pretty well, and it showed with the possession we had,” he added.
“He put across some good points that the lads have bought into, so with another week behind us hopefully we can improve still and take it into the next game.”
On his return from long-term injury, Turner commented: “I was pleased with how I felt during the game. Being out for so long is obviously disappointing but to get back playing is pleasing for me.”