Clint watched that game – and knows we’re in for a test.
“It will be difficult,” he said. “I watched the game against Villa, it was at Villa Park but Norwich were taking the game to them in the second half.
“They are a team with quality and a good work rate, so we’ll have to be sharp and put in a professional performance.
“I feel if we go there and play how we’re capable of playing, and do what we did in the first half at Southampton, then we’ll be fine.”
The Canaries are in good form, following up a fine win against Arsenal with a draw at Villa in the Premier League on Saturday.