With just three games left of the regular Championship season, we asked five Norwich City fans the key questions...

How confident are you that City will finish in the play-offs?

Will J: Without trying to tempt fate too prematurely, you'd like to think that Preston win has got it nailed on. You look at the other results and the table now, obviously it's a six-point cushion.

I know Hull and Coventry have got games in hand, but they've got to play each other and they've both got to play Ipswich, their run-ins look quite difficult.

You'd like to think one win in the next two home games, against two teams with very little to play for, will get it wrapped up. Everybody's got to be thinking that we're pretty much over the line now.

Callum: Looking at the run-in, it's really doable. Bristol City have done well recently and Birmingham have been pretty good, so it's not that simple, but you'd like to think that we can get the job done.

Jack: I'm trying not to get too carried away until we actually get it. We've got a good chance obviously, with the two home games coming up and confidence running high.

Once it's mathematically confirmed then I'll start getting excited for the play-offs, but of course you can't help but get carried away with the prospect of possibly playing at Wembley.

Will G: It's been so refreshing. The boys are doing so well, and the turnaround has been amazing.

Fair play to David Wagner and all his staff, they've done an absolutely tremendous job. Any man that could turnaround a team that were as awful as Norwich were deserves massive, massive credit.

The Pink Un: David Wagner has led a remarkable turnaround from the CanariesDavid Wagner has led a remarkable turnaround from the Canaries (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd)

Who have you voted as your player of the season?

Jack: For me personally it's definitely between Kenny McLean and Gabriel Sara. Jonathan Rowe and Josh Sargent would be up there, but the long-term injuries have obviously impacted their chances compared to the other two.

I did vote for McLean. You can't go wrong with how well he's played this season and how versatile he is. He's done a good job in defence as well as holding midfield.

The Pink Un: Kenny McLean is a favourite for the supporter-voted player of the season awardKenny McLean is a favourite for the supporter-voted player of the season award (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd)

Callum: I'm torn between three players really. One of them is Kenny McLean, he's had a good season and he offers that leadership.

Then there's Rowe as well. He was so good, it's just that part where he was injured that a lot of people will be thinking about. But for that first half of the season it was cut and dried, it was almost secure.

Then you've got Sara. He's in the team of the season for a reason. Last year I was struggling to pick someone, but this season there's a bit more choice!

If you could pick a team for Norwich to face in the play-off semi-final, who would it be?

Peeky: I wouldn't want to play Southampton. Leicester is probably the team you'd actually want to come up against, because you look at what's gone on for them, they'd have blown a 17-point lead and ended up in the play-offs. As much as they've got a class squad, there is that key part of it.

I don't think I'd want the narrative of Ipswich or Farke against Norwich.

Jack: That's tough. The one that you want to avoid is Leeds, for definite. Out of the teams that we've played, Leeds are the strongest of them.

Despite beating Ipswich and drawing against them early in the season, I don't think the nerves could take that! If I had to go for one, I'd rather face Southampton, maybe Leicester with their run of form.

The Pink Un: Russell Martin's Southampton are potential play-off opponents for CityRussell Martin's Southampton are potential play-off opponents for City (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd)

Will J: The permutations are something that me and probably a lot of Norwich fans have been thinking about an unnecessary amount recently. The automatic race is just bizarre.

Part of me would back us against Ipswich psychologically, but then the prospect of finally losing to them on a stage that big is just too grim to bear. I'd like to think we will actually come fifth, in which case it's possibly looking like Southampton.

You'd probably have to say Southampton, because over the season they have tended to be fourth out of that pack of four.

Will City get promoted?

Will J: I wouldn't write us off going all the way.

Will G: I'm going for a semi-final defeat, sorry.

Callum: I'll say yes, but whether I actually think that I don't know.

Jack: Yes!

Peeky: You've got to go into it feeling positive.