Hughton convinced goals will come
Norwich manager Chris Hughton is confident that his men will soon find their scoring touch after a slow start to the season.
The Canaries have yet to taste victory in the Premier League this term and currently sit in 17th place in the table with just three points from five games played. They have yet to be beaten at home but that is the only real plus point as the East Anglian club have netted just twice in the league to date. Grant Holt was on fire last season but the striker has yet to find the back of the net this season and Hughton admits that a goal or two - however they come - will lift the mood at Carrow Road. "It is an area we know we need to address," he said. "For us, it is just about getting the formula right. We have shown real good phases in the games we have played, and there is not so much wrong with our performances - but of course you can only win football matches by scoring goals. "The main focus is addressing that, but a couple of lucky goals - a back-pass from the halfway line - would be nice." Hughton is set to make several changes for Norwich's Capital One Cup clash with Doncaster on Wednesday night with striker Harry Kane, on loan from Tottenham, set to lead the attack and punters looking to use a free bet might fancy the Premier League club to get the better of their League One opponents in mid-week.