Norwich City are the hosts as we look to extend our fine run of domestic away performances on a ground at which we struggled to find our rhythm last term.
We collapsed to a 2-1 Capital One Cup defeat in October 2012, and it was only a late equaliser in our Premier League meeting in January 2013 that saw us emerge with a point after a 1-1 draw.
But having won six of our last seven top flight away games and drawn the other, club skipper Michael is eyeing an improvement in Norfolk this weekend.
“Our away record in the Premier League has been really good and we go into the match on the back of the away win at Newcastle where I thought the lads were fantastic ,” said Daws.
“Hopefully we can take that vein of form into the Norwich game on Sunday.
“We lost in the League Cup last season but then we drew there in the league.
“Norwich are a team fighting for their lives but we go there in confident mood and we hope to keep this away run going with three points.”