Scott targets win
Scott Parker quickly turned his attention to Norwich after admitting being slightly disappointed not to take maximum points at Sunderland.
We take on the Canaries at White Hart Lane on Easter Monday - kick-off 3pm - our second game of a busy Easter weekend that started with Saturday’s goalless draw at Sunderland.
Scott agreed that the nature of Saturday’s encounter at the Stadium of Light came as a surprise, as the Black Cats were happy for us to dominate possession, to soak up pressure and try to hit us on the counter-attack.
In the end, it was stalemate.
“It was a strange game,” reflected Scott, excellent again in midfield. “It surprised us, they sat in behind the ball and we didn’t expect that.
“It was a slow tempo game, we dominated possession and probably would have liked to think that we could have nicked a goal, but it wasn’t to be, so there is that disappointment.”
Norwich are 12th in the Premier League after Saturday’s 2-2 draw against Everton at Carrow Road took them onto 40 points.
“The quick turn around will have a bit of an affect, there's not too much time to recover, but it’s a game we have to win," added Scott.
"We'll be looking for the three points and to keep that momentum going."