Mark Bunn: 'Norwich City want revenge over Fulham'

Mark Bunn
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Mark Bunn admits that his teammates are desperate to take three points against Fulham to gain revenge for the 5-0 thrashing in August.

Norwich City goalkeeper Mark Bunn has admitted that Norwich "want to put it right" against Fulham on Saturday after the opening-day 5-0 defeat.

Bunn was not a Norwich player when the sides first met in August but has said that his teammates are keen for their revenge, labelling the game as a "must-win".

"It's not nice to get beaten by five so I think the boys will want to put it right with a good result," Sky Sports News quotes Bunn as saying.

"Hopefully we can get a win. I think the lads will be trying to erase that memory.

"It's always massive when you play teams around you. It's vital you get the three points. It is a must-win game for Norwich."

Norwich are currently 14th in the Premier League, one place and no points behind Saturday's visitors.

Norwich City manager Chris Hughton on the touchline during the match against Sunderland on December 2, 2012
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