And, after the arrivals of the likes of Robbie Brady, Graham Dorrans and Andre Wisdom at Carrow Road, Martin feels Norwich are better equipped to deal with the top flight this time around.
Scotland defender Martin, who joined Norwich in January 2010 and was part of Paul Lambert’s side which earned successive promotions up from League One, sees no reason to be anything other than positive about the challenges ahead, with the new campaign kicking off at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday. We had the highs of last year but, as soon as we came in during pre-season, it was about getting underway again.
Only Bournemouth (98) scored more goals then Norwich last season (94), with striker Cameron Jerome leading the way with 20, followed by Bradley Johnson on 15 and Gary Hooper and Lewis Grabban both on 12.
‘I’m used to having not too long a break.
‘It is people’s opinion, but ultimately the proof will be what we can manage to achieve.
Alex Neil: “I don’t believe prima donnas and they all work for the group, otherwise it won’t feature and as everyone knows, and I’m really keen on team spirit, and make sure that each group fights for each”.
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Skipper Mile Jedinak has said he’s looking for a bright start to the 2015-16 year when we face Norwich City this weekend and his only focus is on taking that first win.
‘It will be a real test but I am hoping my boys can do themselves justice’.