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Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert played down fears over the fitness of Christian Benteke after the striker came off injured in the 1-0 win over Norwich.
– Paul Lambert speaking to BT Sport.
I think he's not too bad. I think he's actually slipped, I think that was the initial injury but we'll see how he is.
I was delighted for Kozak to come on and score his first goal and that's why we brought Libor here, we needed some back up just in case Christian got injured.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says he has no agenda when he comes up against former club Norwich this weekend.
– Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert
There's no animosity. As I said, it's gone.
I don't have anything to prove. The Norwich thing is finished. It's gone. The two times I've been back the majority of the crowd have been really good with me.
Whether it's Norwich or anyone else we're playing, we've got to try to bounce back.
I had three great years at Norwich. The fans were great, the lads who played for me were great and I had nothing but good memories there. But what happened after that, happened.
Aston Villa defender Jores Okore is out for up to nine months after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
The 21-year-old Denmark international was signed in the summer for a fee in the region of £4million and now faces a long road back.
Okore limped from the pitch after half an hour of Villa's 2-1 defeat by Newcastle on Saturday and was sent for an MRI scan.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert claimed after his side's 2-1 home defeat to Newcastle that the contest had been "a bad one to lose" - but he is not about to get carried away over how things are shaping up at this early stage of the season.
– Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert
The start we have had has been hard, but this was a bad one to lose.
But if you look at all the results, there have been plenty of draws, and we are only four games into the season. There is a long, long way to go.
You have to thrive on that crowd and playing in front of it - it is a great crowd to play in front of.
You have to be able to handle it.