Norwich City head coach David Wagner is out for revenge when Plymouth Argyle visit Carrow Road tomorrow.

The Canaries were thrashed 6-2 by the promoted side on a humiliating afternoon in Devon last September, one of several low points in a miserable autumn for Wagner and his charges.

They've recovered to produce a fine run of form since the turn of the year, however, with the reverse fixture taking place as City attempt to defend their place in the Championship top six.

The German says Plymouth will face a different side to the one they demolished under Steven Schumacher, and that Norwich are keen to set the record straight.

"There is something that happened six months ago when we played the, away," he recalled. "We are aware of what happened there.

"We have to correct something. We are desperate, fully desperate, to correct what we experienced there and the chance to do that is on Friday at home.

"Carrow Road is sold out again, the atmosphere will be fantastic after this international break and with what is now in front of us. Everyone smells and can see that we can do something.

"To do this we have to go step by step, and the next step is Plymouth. Our supporters will be on board 100%, I'm sure of this."

City have been on a streak of impressing against sides who have beaten them on their recent push for the play-offs, beating Rotherham, Coventry, Watford and West Brom having failed to do so earlier in the campaign.

Wagner's made no secret of his desire to seek retribution this weekend, and he hopes it goes the same way as those wins.

"I can't deny that this desire is there," he continued. "It's important to have a calm head, but have this fire and show the fire on the grass which everyone has to show that we are better than what we showed when we played them away.

"We all have to create this energy we have done in recent home games to hopefully have another positive result."