Garrido ready to roll sleeves up
Javier Garrido says City's confidence has not been affected by their winless start to the Premier League campaign.
After three seasons of relentless success under Paul Lambert, the Canaries are adjusting to a new manager and new expectations this term as they aim to stabilise their top-flight status. "This run is not affecting our confidence," said Garrido. "Obviously it is very important for a team when you get the three points and you are winning games, and at the moment we have not won any. "But the team is working hard, the team is confident and we trust what we are doing throughout the week in training. "So that is the main thing, no? Just to be strong together, for all the team-mates to stay together and keep going, keep pushing." Garrido never finished lower than 10th in his three previous seasons in the Premier League at Manchester City, but knows what it is like to play in a struggling side from his time at Real Sociedad, who were relegated from the Spanish top flight in his final season there. "The most important thing in football is that when you are not winning games, obviously it is not good - but you have to stay together," he added. "The team has been playing well, having the opportunities - serious opportunities - to score. OK, we didn't, but we just need to keep going. I'm very sure the team will now be focused on the next few games and that is what we have to do."