Surman harbours survival belief
Andrew Surman believes Norwich's recent performances should give supporters hope they can beat the drop this season.
The Canaries midfielder believes the last three matches, while they haven't produced a win, should have given a clear indication Chris Hughton's men can compete with the top clubs in the division. The 26-year-old says he is excited with the way the squad is developing and that all that has been missing from recent games has been a few more goals. He told Canaries Player: "I think the performance [against West Ham] was great, as it has been for the last three games. We just not taking our chances at the moment. "I think the positives are there - we're creating chances and keeping clean sheets. The performances are good, we just need to convert some chances and I'm sure we'll be all right."