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The Canaries claimed a 2-1 Premier League victory over Sunderland over the weekend, which extended their unbeaten run to eight.

This turnaround followed a some humiliating results to the likes of Fulham and Liverpool that had led many to right off the East Anglian club’s chances of survival.

Bassong believes that their turnaround has been no coincidence and feels that the hard work being done on the training ground is paying off:

“After all the work we’ve done from the start of the season up to now we’re really delighted about how things are coming along.

“I’m not able say one thing that made us change like this. I think it’s going to be pretty basic but it’s just the work (we put in).

“We just work hard in training week in, week out, every day.

“A lot of players came in to the team this season so perhaps it took time for us to adapt and after the poor start we had I think it could only get better.”

The Cameroonian international arrived at Carrow Road during the summer, signing from Tottenham.

 

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