Tom Trybull is confident Norwich City’s young players will continue to play without fear as the 2018-19 Sky Bet Championship season enters the final straight.
A group of young stars have been crucial to the team’s success this year and have shown fearlessness and maturity to cope with the demands of a promotion race.
And Trybull believes the youngsters have the ability to carry on their hard work with just 11 games left to play.
“I would say our young lads don’t think so much about it, because of their age,” he said, in an interview with matchday programme OTBC.
“They aren’t thinking about what could happen in the future. They are just focused on each and every game and that is what we all have to do.
“It makes no sense to look at next season or what will happen in five games time. If we do that, we will have problems.
“We are confident but not arrogant and that’s a big difference. We know we have 11 tough games and no game is easy in this competition.
“Each game is very hard and we have to fight for each and every point and that starts on Friday against Swansea."
Trybull has impressed for City over recent weeks after coming into the side for the win over Birmingham City back at the start of January.
After finding game-time in short supply over the early part of the season, the midfielder is pleased with his form of late.
“It wasn’t always easy because at the beginning of the season, I started a few games but then went to the bench.
“I was supporting the guys from the bench but as a player, you always want to play. It was not easy during this time but over the last couple of months, I’ve been really happy that I’ve been able to help the team with my performances.
“There were not so many reasons why the Boss should change anything because it was working very well.
“I had to be patient and wait for my chance and that’s the thing I knew I had to do. I did that and when you continue to work hard in training, things always come back.”
Read more from Trybull in this week’s “Big Interview” in the Swansea City edition of OTBC. Get your copy for just £3 on Friday from various vendors in and outside of Carrow Road or pre-order online HERE.