Winger eyeing positive result against CottagersNATHAN Redmond is determined to use Saturday's game against Fulham at Carrow Road (12:15pm) as the launchpad for Norwich City's Sky Bet Championship play-off challenge.
The final match of the regular season sees the Canaries host Kit Symons' Cottagers, with results elsewhere determining who Alex Neil's side will face in the first stage of the end-of-season format.
Despite City's place in the top six already being confirmed, Redmond told the media at Colney on Friday afternoon: "We'll treat the game like any other because we want to win.
"I'm sure that the eleven put out there will be strong enough to do that. The whole squad will be pulling together to try and get that win.
"That's the main aim this week. We'll play the game on Saturday then after that we'll find out who we're playing."
Having missed out in their pursuit of automatic promotion to Watford and Bournemouth, Redmond is adamant any lingering disappointment has already been dispelled.
The 21-year-old winger, who was nominated for the Football League Player of the Year Award last month, commented: "It's sunk into the boys that this is where we're at, but the season's not done yet.
"There's three places in the Premier League up for grabs, and we're all working towards our one aim. Everyone has got to pull together and deal with it now.
"We had a couple of chances where we could have been stronger, but that's just how the games have panned out. If we go up through the play-offs then so be it, because it doesn't matter as long as you get there."