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Norwich City head coach David Wagner says he is ready to “restart” their season as he prepares for his first league game in charge of the Canaries.
The 51-year-old saw his new side beaten 1-0 by Blackburn in the FA Cup, just two days after being appointed.
He was encouraged by the performance – and by the response from fans, some of whom booed the team against the same opponents last month.
Wagner has agreed a 12-month rolling contract at Carrow Road and is hoping to guide the Canaries back to the Premier League, as he did at former club Huddersfield Town.
But sporting director Stuart Webber, who previously worked alongside Wagner at the west Yorkshire club, said he was under no pressure to achieve that goal this season.
Norwich are 11th in the table, only three points outside the play-off places. Their next two leagues games are both away from home, against Preston North End and Coventry.
Defender Max Aarons believes the style advocated by Wagner in the short time he has been at the club will lead to “more good results than bad ones”.