Coventry City manager Mark Robins is well aware of the threat Norwich City carry, but has mapped out a route to success against the Canaries.

Robins' Sky Blues welcome David Wagner's side to the CBS Arena tomorrow at 12:30pm, as Norwich look to build on a positive start to the German's tenure at Carrow Road. They beat Preston North End 4-0 in his first game in charge, taking them to within two points of the play-off places.

Coventry are aiming to climb a table in which they currently occupy 15th place, but the former Norwich striker is well aware of what they're up against.

Speaking to official club channels, Robins said: "Norwich are another side who like to be in possession. They’re a good side with lots of Premier League experience.

"They're a well-respected and well-run club packed with top international players. They have (Teemu) Pukki, (Josh) Sargent and (Kieran) Dowell, who chip in with goals.

"They pin you in and try to stay high up the field and after getting a reaction in David Wagner's first game, they'll be confident.

"He's been promoted himself in the past and he has a way of working that he'll stick to. For us, it's about what we can do to affect the game. We need to perform to a high level and then take our chances."

Key man Callum O'Hare's long-term absence makes the task slightly more difficult for the hosts, but they will have Tyler Walker available, as Robins confirmed. "The good thing for me," he said, "is that we have Tyler Walker, Josh Eccles and Matty Godden on the grass and they’ll be in training next week.

"Kyle McFadzean won't be far behind, he's only a few days off the others and that's a good thing. That's four or five players and the next thing for them after joining in training is getting back into the game.

"We will wait and see with Josh Wilson-Esbrand. He did some work yesterday, but we'll see how he is today. I'm hopeful. He has to get up to a level and we need to make sure he's fine."