Norwich City boss Daniel Farke has insisted that his side want to be competitive and rebellious in the Championship this season.
The Canaries have lived up to that billing so far this season, having won over half of their 15 Championship fixtures.
Farke’s men have proven to be a tough outfit to beat, however, they have struggled to score in volumes this season. The Canaries have the ninth best goal record, with 5th placed West Brom having scored 13 more.
The German coach is expecting a tough test against when his side travel to face Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow.
”We travel with respect because we know it’s a tough place to go. They had a really good start to the season, but right now they have had three losses in a row. It’s a big club, an experienced side and an experienced manager.”
”They made it clear they will focus on defending their own goal and I’m pretty sure they will be desperate and highly motivated to get a result.
”The history doesn’t play an important role for us. We want to be competitive and rebellious again.”