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Jonny Howson sealed Norwich City's 3-1 Championship win over Wolves.
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Jonny Howson sealed Norwich City's 3-1 Championship win over Wolves. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Which Norwich City player performed the best in the 3-1 Championship win against Wolves? Let us know by casting your vote in the poll on this page.

This was a win to savour against former boss Paul Lambert, given the testing circumstances when Wolves drew level in the second-half against the run of play.

Norwich responded when Wes Hoolahan was felled by Carl Ikeme, who then compounded his error with a rash shove that earned him a red card and forced defender Matt Doherty to go in goal, with Lambert having made all his three subs.

Robbie Brady slotted the penalty in a decent shift from the left-back. Steven Naismith's recent improvement continued with a clinical opening goal after Jonny Howson's thumping strike had cannoned back into play. Timm Klose and Russell Martin were an effective shield and Cameron Jerome was a coat or two of paint away from a confidence-boosting goal in the second-half.

Our Norwich City correspondent, Paddy Davitt, went for Howson, who at times appeared to have cloned himself in defence and attack such was his pervasive influence. The stoppage time goal was rich reward for a complete midfield display.

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The result as of 10:30pm on Sunday will be published in Monday's Pink Un alongside Paddy's choice.

The poll will then continue to run online throughout the week.

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