Norwich City's dressing room is not daunted by the challenges ahead after coming from behind to beat Plymouth Argyle at Carrow Road on Friday. 

The Canaries had to come from behind to claim their seventh straight home league win, but Sam McCallum thinks their ability to win in different ways only adds to the togetherness fuelling their push for a top-six finish. 

With seven games to go, Norwich now face a daunting double header against automatic promotion-chasing Leicester City and Ipswich Town, but McCallum is confident they can withstand those tests. 

"We're going to go all the way. We have to take it game by game," McCallum vowed after the victory.

"Before the international break, we had the momentum of beating Stoke, and going into today, we felt like it was still there. We've picked up where we left off. Now we want to do it against Leicester and Ipswich.

"The morale around the dressing room is great. All of the boys are really positive about making the play-offs. We just need to keep going now and take it one game at a time.

"We've all shown that we can come from one nil down as well as putting three or five past people. We have versatility."

Both of City's goals came from well-worked corner routines, with those fine margins required to flip the game on its head. 

The Pink Un: Only Cardiff have scored more goals than Norwich City from set pieces this season.Only Cardiff have scored more goals than Norwich City from set pieces this season. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd)

Only Cardiff have scored more goals from set pieces than the Canaries this season. McCallum was at the heart of the second strike - and praised City coach Andrew Hughes for his work on that specific area of their game. 

"We spend quite a lot of time on it," McCallum said. "Hughesy (Andrew Hughes) is the main guy, so he gets all the credit for it, but we still have to put it in action on the pitch. 

"We have to keep practising. With the games coming thick and fast, we have to work on them on and off the pitch. We have to change it up because teams watch us and know that we need to change it up. I think Hughesy could be running out of ideas towards the end of the season. 

"It says a lot about the work we all put into it. I'm really frustrated it's gone off the defender because I wanted the goal but I'll take the assist.