Norwich City boss Neil Adams has no new fitness worries ahead of trip to Middlesbrough

Cameron Jerome's knee is causing him no fitness issues ahead of Norwich City's trip to Middlesbrough

Cameron Jerome's knee is causing him no fitness issues ahead of Norwich City's trip to Middlesbrough tomorrow. Picture: PAUL CHESTERTON/FOCUS IMAGES - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

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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