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Norwich City star on Liverpool trip

Norwich City midfielder Alexander Tettey says they can't go to Liverpool with any fear if they're to end their barren run in the Premier League.The Canaries lost all four of their festive fixtures in December, and drew 0-0 last time out at home to Newcastle.

But the Norwegian international says they must head to Anfield with a positive attitude, even though Liverpool have improved under Brendan Rodgers in recent weeks.

Speaking ahead of Saturday's clash, Tettey said,

Liverpool may not be near the top at the moment but they are a good team and they have world class players 'Do we go up there and be in awe and say ''Oh no, we're going to play Luis Suarez'' or do we go up there and give them a match?'. 'Its going to be very very difficult up there but the manager has a game plan and I think the whole team has to try and stick to it. If they are better than us, they are better than us.'We have to be compact and if any opportunities come our way we have to try and take them'.

– Alexander Tettey, Norwich City

Tettey made his Premier League debut for Norwich as a late substitute as they lost 5-2 at home to Liverpool when the two sides met in September. Shortly after that loss, Norwich embarked on a ten match unbeaten run.Tettey added

The whole team has improved since that game . 'We'd like to go up there and show how much we have improved'

– Alexander Tettey, Norwich City

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