Kei Kamara a "marked man" against Manchester United

Norwich's Kei Kamara equalises against Everton on February 23, 2013
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Norwich City's Kei Kamara says that he will be a "marked man" against Manchester United on Saturday.

Norwich City striker Kei Kamara feels that he may be a "marked man" when his side play Manchester United this weekend.

The Canaries meet Sir Alex Ferguson's side at Old Trafford on Saturday, and the on-loan Sporting Kansas City forward thinks that United will be wary of the threat he poses following his goalscoring exploits against Everton.

"I may be a marked man against [United] next week now," Kamara is quoted as saying in The Times.

"That actually makes it a lot of fun for me. [Sporting Kansas] played United when we were known as Kansas City Wizards, when they were on a pre-season tour of America. We were the only team to beat them [on the tour].

"I scored and got the assist in a 2-1 win. [Paul] Scholes and [Ryan] Giggs were playing and [Dimitar] Berbatov scored their goal so all their top guys were playing."

Chris Hughton's side are currently 12th in the Premier League.

Norwich's Kei Kamara equalises against Everton on February 23, 2013
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