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Norwich City manager Chris Hughton reacts after his team secure their Premier League status with a 4-0 win over West Brom. Goals from Robert Snodgrass, Grant Holt, Jonny Howson and a Gareth McAuley own goal earned City their biggest win of the season.
Norwich City manager Chris Hughton says its important his team concentrates on what they do rather than their rivals as they chase the points they need to secure their Premier League Status. They have nine games left, starting with Sunderland away on Sunday.
Norwich City manager says he won't discuss any of the club's transfer targets.
Chris Hughton did confirm that Simeon Jackson would be involved as he prepares to take on former club Newcastle United. He also said that Grant Holt was close to returning to fitness.
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Chris Hughton confirmed that there has been interest in Norwich City defender Elliott Ward.
The Canaries boss was full of praise for the former Coventry player defender, but said he believed the player would benefit from a loan move.
Hughton's comments came in his press conference ahead of tomorrow's televised clash with West Ham.
The former Newcastle boss, said he had been delighted with the performance against his former club Spurs and is hoping for more of the same against Sam Allardyce's side.
Norwich Manager Chris Hughton has been found guilty of failing to disclose the name of the driver of his car after it was clocked exceeding the speed limit in Solihull.
He appeared at Solihull Magistrates' Court this morning. He will receive six points on his license as well as a £1,000 fine and was ordered to pay £600 in court costs and a £15 victim surcharge.
It was alleged the former Newcastle United boss' car was recorded breaking the speed limit in in February.
Norwich boss Chris Hughton said there'll be no complacency at Carrow Road as the Norfolk side seek to avoid Premier League second season syndrome.