Norwich City winger Anthony Pilkington has promised his side will give their all in Sunday’s crunch meeting with West Brom.
The Carrow Road outfit are mired in the Premier League relegation battle, sitting just three points clear of the drop zone with a goal difference of -22 which threatens their top-flight status.
But Pilkington is eyeing a crucial three points against Steve Clarke’s side on home soil to ease those fears.
“The games against the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal have been massive games down here and it will be no different on Sunday,” he said.
“It’s a huge game and I’m sure the boys will be up for it. It’s exciting and we’ll go out there and give our all. We’re all being positive and looking forward to the game.
“Everyone’s been positive in the dressing room and all around the club. You talk to the fans around the ground and everyone’s right behind each other.
“I’m sure we can all pull together and get the result we’re looking for.”
The 24-year-old missed almost a month of action between March and April due to injury but said he is fully fit ahead of a crucial run-in.
“In the back end of the season I’ve had a few little niggles here and there,” he said.
“I’ve not been able to play as much as I would have liked to, but that’s all behind me now. I’ve got some more training sessions under my belt and hopefully it can carry on Sunday.”