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Hughton insists Norwich can play attacking football

Norwich City boss Chris Hughton insists he can shake up his attacking tactics if needed.

The Canaries scored twice for the first time since February 23 at the weekend in a 2-2 home draw against Swansea, with Hughton opting to retain Kei Kamara in a lone front-running role before introducing Grant Holt in the closing stages.

"It's not a question of not doing it. We've had a couple of games here, Everton and Southampton, where we have gone that way and played two up front," Hughton told Pink 'Un.

"It's certainly something I'm always thinking about. It's about the opposition and the decision on the day. You look at Michu, who has been really consistent for Swansea this season, and he can produce a goal out of nothing. I just feel we have to work hard for our goals and flood those type of areas. There is a balance.

"It is my decision on what I see is the best team for a particular game."

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