Norwich City boss Neil Adams has no new fitness worries ahead of trip to Middlesbrough
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Neil Adams has no fresh injury concerns to contend with as he prepares to take his Norwich City squad to the north east for their latest Championship challenge.
The sixth-placed Canaries head to Middlesbrough, third, on a high after ending their five-match winless league run on Friday with a 2-1 victory over Bolton Wanderers at Carrow Road. Cameron Jerome was the hosts' two-goal hero on the night and he'll be in line to continue his fine start to life with the Yellows after suffering no complications to a heavy knock he sustained to his knee during the morale-boosting home triumph.
City boss Adams said: 'Everyone is ok. Cameron, as I said on the night, had a cut to his knee. It was contact, which is the best injury if you're going to get one.
'No twists, no pulls, no strains. We'll train today and I would expect everyone that was involved on Friday night to be available.'
Wes Hoolahan (ankle) and Vadis Ofoe (knee) remain sidelined while longer-term absentees Ryan Bennett and Mark Bunn are still moving towards making their own comebacks.
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