Have your say on Norwich City’s prospects ahead of new season
With Norwich City's return to the Premier League now less than 24 hours away, we've spoken to Canaries supporters about their expectations for the new season.
The last time City were in the top flight of English football, the 2004/05 season, they were relegated on the last day of the season.
This time hopes are high that the current City squad will be able to go that little bit further and re-establish the club amongst English football's elite.
Here's what the fans we spoke to thought ahead of City's opening match away at Wigan Athletic tomorrow.
What are you expecting from City this season? Leave your comments at the bottom of this story, where you can now use Facebook and other social networks to log in and express your opinions.
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- Martin Drake, 64, Bowthorpe
'I think we've got a good chance of staying up. I'm optimistic that we can be about middle or lower middle in the league.'
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- Martin Harrison, 36, Isle of Man
'I think we've got a good chance of staying up and I think Paul Lambert is going about things the right way.'
- Mark Brown, 42, Norwich
'I think that we can do really well. I certainly think we'll stay up, but we all thought that the last time we were in the Premiership.'
- David Kaye, 39, Mattishall
'I would take 17th. I'm optimistic that we can stay up, 60pc sure I would say. I think we'll get off to a good start at Wigan.'
- Mark Fisher, 47, London
'I believe that we can stay up because all the players play for each other. They will certainly need that fighting spirit to survive this season.'
- Melly Parkerson, 65, Norwich
'I think they will stay up because Paul Lambert is shrewd. He's obviously a good manager to have done what he has done.'