David Wagner has dismissed any concerns the goals have dried up for Norwich City's strikeforce.

The Canaries head to Wagner's old club Huddersfield on Wednesday looking to bounce back from a 1-0 Carrow Road defeat to Sunderland.

City finished with international forwards Josh Sargent and Teemu Pukki on the Carrow Road pitch, while Adam Idah made his sixth consecutive start, but that trio have only notched once in the past eight league games.

Sargent and Pukki have both had recent spells on the sidelines through injury, while Idah is hunting his first goal for the German following his own injury-hit campaign.

“To be fair, I think we create enough chances and we have scored enough goals so far,” said the City boss. “It is a strength of a group if you can score goals from different positions. If it would be different, you would ask me maybe the question why don't you score from other positions, and not only rely on your strikers?

"They have scored and they will score in the future. This is not a shadow of a doubt. Maybe at Huddersfield, nobody knows, hopefully at Huddersfield.

“I have full trust and belief in not only the strikers but that every player is able to come into those scoring positions and convert opportunities as well. This is what they've shown.

"And as soon as we come to our best, in terms of what I have said regarding the energy and intensity, we will have a lot of opportunities, and that will be the moment where the strikers can score.

“Every game, every weekend, it shows in this league not to worry about anything else but the performance. Anything else costs energy, it wastes your energy. Make sure that you perform on your best level. If you do, you will collect points and get your results and your rewards as well.

"If you don't you are in trouble, like we've seen, but we have seen as well we are more than capable of causing problems to every opponent.”