Cameron Jerome - Back to business for Norwich City

Cameron Jerome knows the hard work is only starting at Norwich City this season. Picture by Paul Che

Cameron Jerome knows the hard work is only starting at Norwich City this season. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City hot-shot Cameron Jerome wants no let up from the Championship table toppers as they return to action against Fulham this weekend.

Jerome's sixth league goal for the club helped the Canaries go into the international break leading the chasing pack, but the 28-year-old warns the hard work has only just begun for Neil Adams' squad.

'Being a strong group and having the quality does not give you a divine right to get promoted. You have to deserve it,' he said. 'It's a long season but we have had a good start in what is a transitional period with a lot of new faces through the door. We just have to churn the results out. We are there to be shot at as one of the scalps and the boys know that.

'If I look at the Championship over the past two years or so, for me, it's the most competitive league in England. There are so many traditional big clubs who have come down for a while or just come down and not quite managed to get back up.

'There are some good players in this league, it is really competitive and the financial benefits for getting into the Premier League are so great now that adds the extra edge, from a business point of view. We know it's important to get back as soon as possible.'


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Jerome's early goal rush since his summer move from Stoke suggests he could be set for his best season in front of goal since plundering 18 league goals at this level for Cardiff in 2006.

'It is nice to score in the early days to take off any added pressure that you put on yourself, because you want to contribute,' he said. 'For us to be winning as well means the confidence is there throughout the squad.

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'I'm always confident if I get a chance in front of goal I will stick it away but I don't have any goal target. If I score 50 or 10 or none at all the main thing is promotion.'

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