Ryan Bennett insists Norwich City’s squad remains united

Ryan Bennett took a blow to the head during Citys previous game, a 3-2 home defeat against Leeds. Pi

Ryan Bennett took a blow to the head during Citys previous game, a 3-2 home defeat against Leeds. Picture: PAUL CHESTERTON - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Ryan Bennett insists the Norwich City squad remain united and focused on getting their season back on track.

The Canaries return to Championship action at Queens Park Rangers this afternoon on the back of three consecutive league defeats but Bennett says that run has not damaged City's team spirit.

'The dressing room has always been together and always will be together. That's just football and anyone who has played football will know it's probably the best place to be,' he said.

'When things are going on outside, not just in sport but in general life, the only way out of it is coming into football and seeing your mates and that's what we do, come in and see our mates and work hard.'

City head for Loftus Road following the return of club legend Ian Holloway as QPR boss and Bennett knows City must puncture what is likely to be a raucous atmosphere.


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'That's the general feeling wherever you go, not just because they've got a new manager, you want to go there and frustrate them,' he added.

'At the end of the day you want to win the game so how you do that is key.

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'We'll go there, set up how we're going to set up, work as hard as we can and hopefully we'll be on the right end of the result and make them quiet at the same time.'

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