Nathan Redmond claims Norwich have the belief to avoid relegation after Tuesday’s 2-1 defeat to Chelsea left them in the drop zone.
The Canaries were left stunned when Chelsea left-back Kenedy scored the fastest Premier League goal of the season to leave them trailing after just 40 seconds of Tuesday’s game at Carrow Road.
Diego Costa made it 2-0 with a controversial goal, the Spain international appearing to convert from an offside position, before Redmond pulled one back in the second half.
Norwich failed to get back on level terms and dropped into the relegation places after Sunderland snatched a late 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace at the Stadium of Light.
Despite their precarious position, Redmond is confident that Alex Neil’s side can stay up and avoid an instant return to the Championship after last season’s play-off final win.
He said: “We’ve got to keep plugging away at it, and keep believing in one another.
“If we stick together then the wins will come soon. Every game is important; we treat each one as our last one.
“Swansea is the next game, which makes it massive. The last ten matches are all crucial for us, and the belief is definitely still there.
“We believe if we work hard for each other then we’ll give ourselves the best chance possible.”
Punters may decide to use their free bet on Norwich defeating the Swans at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday and boosting their survival hopes in the process.