I thought the Norwich City lads were magnificent on Saturday against the runaway leaders, their application to a man was top class, their work rate and organisation was as good as I've seen this season and it had to be to limit Liverpool to just five shots on Tim Krul's goal.

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Having come back from their two-week winter break the lads should have returned fully refreshed and raring to go for what is now a 13-game season for Norwich City.

Norwich are only one of two clubs in the Premier League this season not to have won back to back games - you can't do that and expect to stay up.

What a great win it was at Turf Moor last Saturday.

City's midweek defeat at Spurs reminds me of a day I played at their old White Hart Lane ground - and learned a lesson for life.

Let's be honest last Saturday's performance up at Old Trafford was a big disappointment for all concerned for Norwich City as they were well and truly beat up by Manchester Utd.

It took me a good few years to score my first professional hat-trick - about eight if memory serves me right - but it's taken young Adam Idah just three games ... a little bit quicker!

So it wasn't the prosperous festive period that we'd all hoped for from a Norwich City perspective with just two points taken from their three games over the Christmas and New Year period, but it could have been so much more if they only could hold on to a lead.

What a fantastic point the lads came away with from the King Power Stadium on Saturday - and I have to be honest, with Leicester firing on all cylinders I couldn't see anything but a trip home empty-handed for Norwich City!

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