Norwich City fans say relegation will not put off supporters of the club, and that next year in the Championship they have every chance of going back up again.
It comes as the Canaries ended up with a 4-2 win over Watford last night, but it was in vain after Sunderland's victory over Everton.
"Next year, back in the Championship there'll be some very very good games. As we know this year there are ten teams that have the chance of winning that and we could be one of those clubs next year."
"It's such a well supported club, this stadium will be filled, every Saturday, every home game because that's the nature of the norwich fans."
Norwich City fans are coming to terms with the fact their club has been relegated from the Premier League.
Last night's 4-2 win over Watford was in vain after Sunderland's victory over Everton which keeps them up.
The Norwich boss said it was humbling to get a positive reaction from supporters.
Watch Manager Alex Neil's reaction to last night's exit from the Premier League.
Norwich City have been consigned to the Championship despite a spirited showing at Carrow Road tonight.
The Canaries secured a 4-2 victory over Watford but their efforts were scuppered after Sunderland finished 3-0 against Everton at the Stadium of Light.
City have been relegated from the @premierleague. Thank you for your immense support, we're proud of you & our team's performance tonight.
To stand a chance of surviving Norwich City needed to win, and for Everton to do them a favour by either winning against or drawing with The Black Cats.
Before the game we caught up with some fans who - despite the prospect of going down - still seemed optimistic about next season.
See what they thought in the video below.
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Northampton Town chairman Kelvin Thomas has confirmed that manager Chris Wilder will not be moving to Charlton Athletic - but has warned that there is still interest from other clubs.
The Cobblers reluctantly gave Wilder and his assistant Alan Knill permission to speak to Charlton, but talks broke down today.
However, it looks like the club may still have a battle on to keep their manager in the long-term.
We understand there is further interest in Chris and Alan, however we have had no official approach at this point.
In the best interests of the club, we are keen for this matter to be brought to a conclusion as quickly as possible.
Sheffield United have also been heavily linked with Wilder.
Northampton Town manager Chris Wilder will not be taking over at Charlton Athletic after he failed to agree terms with the Addicks.
The Cobblers reluctantly gave Wilder and his assistant Alan Knill permission to speak to Charlton, but they were unable to come to an agreement.
Wilder led Northampton to promotion from League Two as champions this season.
Charlton Athletic can confirm that following discussions with Northampton Town manager Chris Wilder and his assistant Alan Knill over the vacant managerial role at The Valley, the club has been unable to reach an agreement.
The club will now continue its search for a candidate to take the club forward. Any further announcements will be made in due course.
Ipswich Town midfielder Luke Hyam has signed a new contract with the club.
The 24-year-old has agreed a two-year extension which will expire in the summer of 2018.
Hyam came through the academy ranks at Portman Road and spent time on loan at Rotherham United earlier this season.
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