Johnson ready to rumble
Bradley Johnson says Norwich will be out to "get in people's faces" again as they look to continue their progress under Chris Hughton.
With Paul Lambert having moved on to Aston Villa, it was all change at Carrow Road this summer as Hughton was recruited from Birmingham and charged with sustaining the Norfolk club's top-flight status.
While it is unlikely Norwich can better last season's 12th-place finish at the end of three years of success under Lambert, midfielder Johnson insists the team's approach will remain the same as the Canaries aim to ruffle a few feathers once again.
"The manager has brought his new staff in and it is the same as before - they want us to work hard and get in people's faces," Johnson said on the club's official website. "The way we play is not going to change - we are a bunch of hungry lads and we all want to do the best we possibly can. It has been a long and tough pre-season but we have been working hard to stay in this league once again.
"We have got our heads down, had a break, and we will try to continue what we did last year. We had a good season last year, finished in 12th, and we want to kick on again but the main thing is staying in the league."