Fears allayed over Drury

Nigel Worthington for once received a spot of bright news from the treatment room as fears over Adam Drury's knee injury eased today. The popular full-back twisted his right knee in training on Friday and missed Saturday's 3-2 home defeat by Watford.

City boss Nigel Worthington for once received a spot of bright news from the treatment room as fears over Adam Drury's knee injury eased today.

The popular full-back twisted his right knee in training on Friday and missed Saturday's 3-2 Coca-Cola Championship home defeat by Watford.

Afterwards, Worthington confirmed that Drury was due to see a specialist in order to assess the extent of the injury.

Given Norwich's wretched record on that front this season, it was all too easy to fear that the Canary defender would join the list of long-term injured littering up Neal Reynolds' treatment room.


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Today, however, such fears were allayed by Reynolds himself.

“At the moment we are just continuing to monitor it but it's nothing serious,” said Reynolds, prompting a collective sign of relief from all concerned.

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“It's settling down really quickly and we'll just see how it goes over the next couple of days,” he added.

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