Norwich manager Paul Lambert will not allow his players to believe winning matches in the Premier League is easy as they prepare to take on Sunderland tonight. His side recorded a first top-flight victory at Bolton last weekend which saw them bounce back from a disappointing home defeat to West Bromwich Albion.
Despite the jubilation which greeted the club's first away Premier League win for 17 years, Lambert – who has overseen successive promotions – is determined to keep things in perspective. "You can't forget where you were. If you do that then I think you are making a grave error, like thinking you have arrived and that it will be easy," Lambert said. "It is nothing like that at all. In my own mind I know what has been achieved here."Reuse content