Norwich boss Paul Lambert believes that his side will have to improve on their recent performance against Spurs if they are to get anything from Manchester City.
Norwich City boss Paul Lambert has called on his side to build on their recent victory over Tottenham Hotspur when they host Manchester City on Saturday.
Elliot Bennett's goal helped the Canaries to a surprise 2-1 win at White Hart Lane on Monday.
"I don't want them just to rest on one game. You want to try to go as far as you can and the lads will be ready," said Lambert. "It's a huge, massive game for us and the good thing is they're really vibrant at the minute.
"We know we're up against a right top side, who are still vying to try to win the league, and we're going to have to play every bit as well as we did on Monday to have a chance.
"We have to play as well, if not better, than what we did to get anything from it."
Norwich, who are currently 10th in the Premier League table, were thrashed 5-1 by City at the Etihad Stadium in December.