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Neil Adams insists his first match as Norwich manager at Fulham on Saturday will not on its own determine whether the Canaries retain their Premier League status.
– Norwich head coach Neil Adams
I keep hearing the must-win, the one-game season. It's a five-game season. We're capable of beating anybody.
If people want to write us off, great.
We'll be confident we'll win games. If people want to give us no chance, fine.
We're used to that. We're down at the bottom end of the table with six, seven, eight other clubs who have been written off on a weekly basis.
For these next four weeks, five games, we've got to leave no stone unturned and come what may, whatever happens, one thing we would've done was given it everything.
We've got to stay in this division. That's the one and only goal.
Former Norwich manager Chris Hughton may have lost his job but he never lost the dressing room, according to club captain Russell Martin.
Hughton was sacked after the Canaries slipped to a 1-0 home defeat to West Brom that left them just one place above the Premier League relegation zone.
– Norwich captain Russell Martin.
I don't know what that means, losing the dressing room.
No. We didn't stop playing for him. The boys have tried and given everything for him but it has not been good enough for a while.
Norwich chief executive David McNally has charged new manager Neil Adams with keeping the club in the Barclays Premier League to land the job on a long-term basis.
Norwich now face a trip to Fulham, the team directly below them in the table, before a final run of four fixtures that sees them play Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal.
But McNally wants Adams to pick up enough points in those daunting fixtures to both keep the club in the top flight and seal his position on the bench beyond the end of the campaign.
"We will have to wait until the end of the season but it is all in Neil's hands, if he wants the big job here it is entirely up to him," he said.
Manager Chris Hughton admits he can never switch off in the ongoing quest to keep Norwich in the Barclays Premier League again next season.
– Norwich boss Chris Hughton
When you are not here working, you are spending an equal amount of time thinking about the game, about decisions, about how you can do things better.
It is the challenges of the games, sometimes you do wish you could switch off for a little while, but it is very difficult.
You listen to everything around you, that is normal - when you have won at the weekend you will pick up the Sunday and the Monday papers, when you haven't, you will give them a wide berth.
But there are these challenges and you have to be big enough to accept them, take the knocks on the chin and always look to improve.