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Bryan determined to keep away form going

Joe Bryan says City’s players will take heart from their recent exploits on the road as they head to Norwich City tomorrow (3pm).

City have lost only once in five away games in all competitions this season and now face a trip to Carrow Road.

In that time City have emerged from visits to Reading and Wolves with four points to show for their efforts, and they’ve also dumped Watford out of the Carabao Cup.

Bryan told BCTV: “In the summer we all sat down and said we wanted to sort out our away form.

“To win at Reading and then hold Wolves to a draw at Molineux, we’re certainly on the right track.

“Norwich are a big club with big expectations. They will expect be up there pushing for the Premier League.

“At the same time, we’re in confident mood heading there, looking to put some more points on the board.”

WHAT HE SAID

“To win at Reading and then hold Wolves to a draw at Molineux, we’re certainly on the right track."

Joe Bryan

He added: “We’ve got a big squad, full of quality, and we’re all willing to work hard and learn to try and improve.

“The most important thing is we’ve always got a strong bench of players who can come on and affect a game, and we’ve got exciting players who can get people up on their feet.

“It’s definitely an exciting time to be a player here.”

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