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Norwich's Snodgrass backs Bunn to step in for Ruddy

Norwich City midfielder Robert Snodgrass is confident that goalkeeper Mark Bunn will be an apt replacement for the injured John Ruddy.

Bunn stepped in to the Canaries vacancy in Wednesday night's 1-1 draw with Southampton following the thigh problem sustained by Ruddy, which will see him sidelined for three months, and Snodgrass was impressed with his performance.

"We'll miss John. What he brings to the team is clean sheets," he said.

"But we've got a great keeper in Mark Bunn, who is terrific. I think you saw that in the Tottenham (Capital One Cup) game and against Southampton.

"He was calm, composed and pulled off some good saves but I would like to wish John a speedy recovery because he is a great chap and great keeper. His return will only bolster the team."

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