Norwich City manager Chris Hughton admits he isn't bothered how his team conjures three points against Everton this weekend.

The 14th-placed Canaries host the sixth-placed Toffees on Saturday and Hughton is simply looking for any way possible to beat David Moyes's side to move well clear of the relegation zone.

"Whether it is a classy performance where you are creating a lot of chances or a scrappy one-goal win, it doesn't matter," he told Sky Sports.

"What you have to have is a team who are fighting hard for each other and are a disciplined team who are a threat.

"I think you have to dig deep in every performance. We are what we are, a team who have to scrap for every result we get, and it will be no different in the last 12 games we have.

"We went through a spell of 10 games where we didn't lose. Are we doing anything dramatically different to that? No, we are not.

"However that win comes, whether it is by a stylish performance or a fortunate own-goal, it is part and parcel of the game."

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