Bennett calls for final flourish
Norwich winger Elliott Bennett is keen to finish the season with a flourish despite securing survival with two games to spare.
The Canaries slumped to a third consecutive league defeat against Liverpool on Saturday and have managed just four points from their last six games. However, Norwich still managed to secure safety mathematically last weekend due to QPR's crushing loss at Chelsea. The Carrow Road outfit travel to Arsenal on Saturday and host Aston Villa on the final day of the campaign and Bennett is eager to finish what has been a hugely successful campaign on a high. "There are not too many times this season you could say we haven't been up to it, and unfortunately the game against Liverpool was one of those days," he told Norwich Evening News 24. "It's massively important to end on a bit of a high, because it would be a shame to waste all the hard work and some of the great things we've achieved this season and haven't achieved in the last few games. "We will be looking to put it right this week in training and give a good account of ourselves at Arsenal, and then hopefully put another performance on for the last game of the season. We will have a good think about what we could have done better and then put it right."