No new injury worries for Norwich City boss

Norwich City boss Paul Lambert has reported no new injury worries ahead of the Canaries' Premier League clash against Swansea tomorrow.

Andrew Crofts sustained a slight ankle knock whilst on international duty with Wales but it won't stop Lambert from naming him in his squad whilst Steve Morison has declared himself fit.

If Lambert chooses Morison to lead the line against the Swans he will be in direct competition with Welsh international team-mate Ashley Williams but the City boss expects friendship to go out the window when the players cross that white line.

'I think when you come back from international duty your friendship goes until you meet up again and you try to do the best for your country,' said Lambert, who also revealed the match will be too soon for Zak Whitbread to make his comeback from a hamstring injury.

'It will be club v club now and you have to do your best to win the game. I'm sure if the lads are picked then they will try to do that.'

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