Midfielder happy at Hughton headache
Robert Snodgrass claims the battle for places in the Norwich starting XI should help see an improvement in results this season.
The Scotland international midfielder, who has been called up with Canaries' team-mate Russell Martin in the squad for a difficult World Cup qualification double header against Wales and Belgium later this month, has impressed since his move to Carrow Road from Leeds in July.
However, results have not gone well for Chris Hughton's men with just three points collected from six matches to leave the side third from bottom in the embryonic Premier League table.
But Snodgrass feels that, with the wealth of talent fighting for places in the side, those players being handed the shirt will soon start upping their game to ensure they stay in the XI.
He told the EDP24: "Yes, there's some great competition. I said that as soon as I arrived here. There are some good footballers and it's just a headache for a manager to try to fit everybody into those positions.
"But I'm sure he would like to have that headache rather than not having players fighting for positions. The manager picks the team and it's a team game. It's a long season and it's about trying to do as well as you can each individual game."