Norwich City boss Chris Hughton admits they need to improve their attack.

Teenage striker Harry Kane, on loan from Tottenham, is set to lead the attack on Wednesday night, and Hughton is convinced the goals will come.

"It is an area we know we need to address," said the 53-year-old, appointed this summer after Paul Lambert left to take charge at Aston Villa.

"For us, it is just about getting the formula right. We have shown real good phases in the games we have played, and there is not so much wrong with our performances - but of course you can only win football matches by scoring goals.

"The main focus is addressing that, but a couple of lucky goals - a backpass from the halfway line - would be nice."