Norwich boss Hughton doesn’t care how points come against Everton

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

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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