Lambert aims to build momentum
Paul Lambert is adamant that Norwich will be looking to end the season on a winning note regardless of when they achieve survival.
The Canaries chief is preparing his squad for Saturday's trip to face relegation-haunted Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park in the knowledge that a win would guarantee them a second season in the top-flight. However, even if the side do secure a favourable result in Lancashire, Lambert has stressed that the players will not go into summer holiday mode as they want to take a positive run of form into the start of next season in the Premier League. He told the Eastern Daily Press: "I don't think in any game you can just turn up and ease off. The games are too big and too many come along to watch you. It is not the way I am brought up to sit there and think everything is done and dusted. "I want to win every game I play in and hopefully the lads will be the exact same thing. Momentum only takes you so far and once one season has gone you have to let it go. You can't bask in past glories as such. You have to keep it going. "You also want to keep going the other way - you want to strive for more and to be as successful as you can to earn anything in football. The lads have done that in the years I have been here and every year has been a constant progression."