Norwich midfielder Robert Snodgrass believes that his side’s performance against Liverpool will give them the confidence needed to avoid relegation, Sky
The Merseyside club beat Norwich 3-2 on Sunday to extend their lead at the top of the table to five points and to hand the Canaries their third defeat in a row.
Despite being just one point above the drop zone and facing a difficult final stretch including games against Manchester City and Chelsea, Snodgrass believes they have what it takes to survive.
“If we did not realise before, well we are bang in it now, there are three teams who can catch us,” he said.
“It is now who wants it the most, who wants to keep the club in the Premier League.
“We need to look at ourselves and focus on ourselves because other results are not going to get us out of the trouble we are in.”
Norwich trailed 2-0 to Liverpool at half time before fighting back in the second half to set the game up for a frantic finish.
Although they left the game with no points, Snodgrass know that they will have to give everything they can from here on to secure as many points as possible in their remaining games.
“We will need to give the performance as we did in that second half against Liverpool, nothing less, and hopefully we can stay in the Premier League.
“We have to maximise everything we have in the tank – heart, desire and endeavour all needs to be there, if we have got that, then the chances will come and hopefully we can take them.”
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