Canaries drawn at home to Luton TownNORWICH CITY have been drawn to face non-league Luton Town in the fourth round of the FA Cup with Budweiser at Carrow Road.
Meanwhile Luton, semi-finalists in 1994, sprung one of the biggest upsets of the third round by knocking out Championship side Wolves 1-0 courtesy of an Alex Lawless strike.
Norwich City Manager Chris Hughton told Canaries.co.uk: "First of all it's a home draw for our fans, which is the most pleasing thing.
"They showed just what a fantastic atmosphere they can create when over 5,000 went to Peterborough on Saturday, and I hope even more of them make their way through the turnstiles at Carrow Road for the game against Luton.
"I know the Luton Town manager, Paul Buckle, quite well. I played with him for about a year at Brentford towards the end of my playing career.
"It will be a good cup tie and a great atmosphere, but it won't be easy against Luton - we've seen just what they can do with the way they knocked out Wolves at the weekend, and although they are a team that has dropped out of the league, they have a good history in the FA Cup.