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Neil Adams: 'Norwich City will be ready for big teams'

Neil Adams vows that Norwich City will fight in their remaining games to avoid relegation from the Premier League.

Norwich City manager Neil Adams has vowed that his side will be ready to battle in their remaining games to avoid relegation.

The Canaries, who were defeated 1-0 at Craven Cottage on Saturday afternoon, are now just two points above the Premier League relegation zone.

"Results will change things from week to week and anyone who has been to Carrow Road know that if we can go and repeat today's performance we can turn big teams over. We'll believe that," Adams told talkSPORT following the game.

"We're desperately disappointed because we felt we deserved to win the game today. But we'll use that and you always get fired up for them big teams so we say, 'bring it on'. It's tough but we'll be ready for it."

Norwich face a tough run of fixtures in the closing weeks of the season, where they will come up against Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal.

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