Norwich Citys key personnel were on hand at the clubs annual general meeting at Carrow Road. Picture: Denise Bradley
Norwich City will be looking to make it six wins in six games as they prepare to travel to Swansea City this weekend.
The Canaries have lost just one of their previous twelve league games, and their last result – an enthralling 4-3 victory against Millwall – was their fifth successive win in the league, taking them up to the top of the league.
Speaking the club’s AGM meeting, Webber has said that Norwich have no plans to sell Klose and would like to keep him beyond the end of the season.
The Swans are in decent form too, the Welsh side have lost just one of their last four league games and go into the encounter just two points off the play-off spots.
Its bound to be a cracker at the Liberty Stadium, so what does Sky Sports pundit David Prutton predict? The former Sheffield Wednesday man predicts a frenetic 3-2 away win.
Swansea are developing very nicely under Graham Potter – they’re a relegated club but are virtually unrecognisable from the side that played in the Premier League last season.
Webber added that the club dont have any big plans for January unless their hand was forced through a big money offer for a player. I suppose the most susceptible player to such a move would be Timm Klose, who is in a great vein of form right now and only has six months left on his contract. Money talks and I suspect that if the right offer came in, such as contact from his first club, Basel, then hed have a decision to make. Webber did speak about Timm specifically and said the club would like to keep him past next summer. Well see.
This will be a tough trip for Norwich, who have flown up to the top of the table on the back of a remarkable run of form under Daniel Farke – I would back them to keep that going on Saturday.
Farkes men sit at the top of the Championship, whereas the Swans sit just two places off the top-six.
I agree that Norwich will win, but I cant see it being a huge scoreline like Prutton predicts. I think Norwich will continue their winning run, however will they still have momentum after being interrupted by an international break? This will be a good test of their character for sure.