Tristan Abrahams believes it’s important for Norwich City’s Under-23s to turn their recent performances into victories after a run of three straight draws.
City began the season with back-to-back defeats but have responded brilliantly, going unbeaten in their last four games.
However, after three successive draws, Abrahams has urged his teammates to be more ruthless.
“We’ve put quite a few good performances together but only got a few draws and we need to start turning them into wins now,” said Abrahams.
“Other than that, I feel like we’re going places. We’re building on every week and we’re getting better and better and hopefully we can get the win tomorrow."
Abrahams joined City from Leyton Orient in the summer and says he has settled seamlessly to life in Norfolk.
“I’ve enjoyed it a lot,” he added. “Obviously it’s hard for me because it’s my first time moving away from home but I’ve settled in now.
“I feel like my performances are getting better every week and hopefully tomorrow they can get even better and hopefully I can grab a couple of goals.
“Hopefully I can build on that now, get a couple more goals and push towards the first team.”
City’s U23s take on Bournemouth in their opening Premier League Cup Group C match on Wednesday (7pm) and Abrahams is excited by the prospect of playing at the Vitality Stadium.
“I don’t think the mentality will change because it’s the Cup. We’re just aiming for the win and to build on our recent performances. It’s quite exciting for us because it’s being played at Bournemouth’s stadium.”
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