Chris Hughton says his Norwich side must believe they can get a positive result when they travel to Arsenal this weekend.
The Canaries are sure to be up against it at the Emirates when they tackle Arsene Wenger’s top-four chasing side but Hughton wants points from the game to help with his own team’s relegation fight.
“The most important one is the Arsenal game – that’s the next one. And of course we’ve got to go to Arsenal and look to get something there, as we will do in all of these last six games,” he said.
Norwich are currently just four points clear of the relegation zone and take on fellow strugglers Reading, Aston Villa and Stoke among their remaining games, with Hughton insisting they will approach them all with the same plan.
He added: “The fact we are playing the teams around us has a different bearing on it because any points we get are points they don’t get.
“But it’s going to be over these six games, three at home and three away, and our approach to the away games has to be exactly the same as the home games and must give us the opportunity to get something.”
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