Kevin Bond said you could sense a determination in the dressing room at Norwich to capitalise on teams dropping points around us.
Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool were all held to draws before we stepped out at Carrow Road on Tuesday night.
Victory would leave us four points clear of Chelsea and five clear of Arsenal in the Premier League with a game still in hand and we delivered with Gareth Bale’s double securing a 2-0 victory.
“Those results were a real incentive for us,” said assistant boss Kevin. “A lot of the teams slipped up and it was a opportunity for us.
“Everyone was determined, you could sense it in the dressing room before the game that we wanted to make the most of it and we did that.
“We were on top from about 20, 25 minutes and ran out worthy winners. It was a great performance.”