Robert Snodgrass believes Norwich City can go on a very positive run now they have tasted a victory again.

The Canaries beat West Ham United 3-1 on Saturday after failing to salute in their previous four league outings and Scottish winger Snodgrass is targeting a similar unbeaten streak of 10 matches that they constructed at the same point last season.

"It was this time last year, against Arsenal, that was a turning point in our season," he told BBC Radio Norfolk.

"So hopefully that can be the case this time too."

The weekend's win allowed Norwich to move up to 15th on the table with 11 points from 11 outings.

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