ALEX Tettey says everyone involved with Norwich City, from the terraces to the pitch, must be ready to start afresh when pre-season training begins in July.
Speaking as part of the final instalment of Norwich City TV production City360, the midfielder expressed a desire to drastically improve upon a disappointing 2016-17 campaign.
"We had some really good games and some really poor games," the 31-year-old explained.
"It's been a tough season, with the manager going, but it's gone now. We need to let it go and start fresh in the summer.
"Inside the dressing room we know how good we can be as a team. We have a good group and hopefully, when the new coach comes in, it will make it exciting."
The appointment of a new man to lead City into next season is one Tettey is looking forward to, as he added: "Whoever comes in, we will be happy about it and crack on.
"I've been told it's going to be exciting times so I hope that's going to be true. I have no idea what's going to happen but that's football and I accept it.
"I like the place, I like the people and I like Norwich City. It's a good environment to be working in and I want to be part of it."
The final instalment of this season's City360 will be available to view on Norwich City TV from 8pm on Friday, May 19.