Timm Klose: Norwich don’t need to park the bus… I can drive one

“It’s fantastic,” he said.

“The pace is enormous, compared with Germany it’s so much faster here.”

Third from bottom Norwich are without a win in eight games ahead of today’s trip to fellow strugglers Swansea.

But boss Alex Neil insists he is going all out to win in south Wales.

“I would not take a point if you offered it to me right now,” he said.

“We are in this position because we haven’t won enough games, it’s as simple as that, so we need to start winning to save ourselves.

“We cannot just rely on other people. It’s not up to others to do us favours, the onus is on us to win games. So we will go there to get three points.”

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