Cameron Jerome insists Norwich City do not fear Liverpool test

Cameron Jerome opened his goal account in the 3-1 Premier League win against Bournemouth. Picture by

Cameron Jerome opened his goal account in the 3-1 Premier League win against Bournemouth. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome is in bullish mood ahead of Sunday's Premier League trip to Liverpool after opening his goal account for the new season last time out against Bournemouth.

City have a wretched record at Anfield in recent times but Jerome believes confidence is high within the Canaries' camp as they look to end to that run.

'It's early days and everyone can beat everyone. We watched them against Bournemouth who played some good stuff, and West Ham went there and did a number on them,' he told the club's official site. 'It's not easy going to a difficult place like Anfield with the quality of players they possess, but we're quite confident that we can give anyone a game on our day.

'We'll go there in the right frame of mind and hopefully we'll be able to get a positive result on the day.

'We feel we've got the quality in our dressing room to survive, but there's a lot of work that goes into that. It's nice to get that first home win that we've been searching for, but we can't get carried away. There are plenty of games to go. When you get promoted, first and foremost you need to consolidate, to make sure that you stay in the Premier League.'