Norwich head coach Daniel Farke wants his bottom of the table side to secure Premier League survival by building on the momentum of their FA Cup run which has seen the Canaries advance to the quarter-finals.
"Success is no coincidence. Even when the odds are against you there is no reason to give up," said the Norwich boss, whose side will host Manchester United for a place in the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley.
"We will keep going and try to make something extraordinary."
Farke added: "We are realistic and know we are bottom of the league.
"We have to earn the right to play here next season, so we are not carried away.
"I don't want to stop the feelgood factor we have, but I don't see any danger of us being over confident or losing the ground beneath our feet."