Snodgrass threat excites Hughton
Chris Hughton feels Robert Snodgrass can prove a "real asset" as Norwich look to establish themselves in the Premier League.
Snodgrass, a summer signing from Leeds, produced a man-of-the-match display in Saturday's 1-1 draw against QPR at Carrow Road, where the only thing missing was a goal as he headed a late chance over the crossbar from 10 yards out.
Hughton feels there is more to come from the 24-year-old Scotland international as Norwich aim to build on a first point of the new season, which saw them follow up their 5-0 mauling at Fulham with a much-improved team effort.
"Snodgrass is a threat," said Hughton, who took charge of his first competitive home game since succeeding Paul Lambert into the Carrow Road hotseat. "When you have that type of player, it is a question of can they work both ways?
"Robert is a natural going forwards, but was also prepared to work back putting in a shift and has good quality on the ball. I think he will be a real asset to us."