Canaries chief waits on key players
Chris Hughton will be hoping his international players return to Carrow Road unscathed after the fixtures over the past five days.
The Canaries chief lost England goalkeeper John Ruddy, Scotland duo Russell Martin and Robert Snodgrass, Wales striker Steve Morison, Canada striker Simeon Jackson and Norway midfielder Alex Tettey to their respective international squads for the World Cup qualifiers.
England Under-21 pair Declan Rudd and Ryan Bennett have also been on international duty to leave the number of senior players remaining with the Canaries in the past two weeks thin on the ground.
Hughton is now hoping they all return without any injury problems as his side look to pick up where they left off in the draw at Tottenham when West Ham visit Carrow Road this Saturday.
When asked if he was frustrated at having a two-week break this early in the season, Hughton said: "Yes and no, because I think you like that period when the players can recover and recoup.
"But we now have more international players and what comes with that is the threat you could possibly pick up injuries. But that's the same for everybody.
"Yes, I hope we don't lose any of the momentum we have had over the last couple of weeks."