Chris Hughton’s side followed up that win with a 1-1 draw at Villa at the weekend.
We travel to Norfolk for the League Cup tie on the back of Sunday’s win at Southampton – our fifth victory in six Premier League games – having beaten Carlisle 3-0 in the third round. Norwich beat Doncaster at Carrow Road
“It’s another hard game, they had a fantastic result against Arsenal,” said Jermain.
“I’m sure Chrissie was delighted with that performance and to beat Arsenal, not many teams do that.
“I can imagine they are buzzing after a win like that. It’s another away game for us, another tough game and another must-win game. We’re looking forward to it.”
The Canaries had to wait eight games for their first win in the Premier League but ended that sequence in fine style with a deserved 1-0 win against Arsenal on October 20.