Adams upbeat in face of Norwich relegation threat

The manager insists the club are "in a good position" despite Sunderland needing just a point from the final two games to effectively seal the Canaries' end-of-season fate
Norwich City manager Neil Adams has claimed "the club is in a good position", despite facing the very real threat of relegation from the Premier League.

Even after managing to take a point at Chelsea on Sunday, the Canaries are favourites to complete the bottom three after both Fulham and Cardiff City confirmed their fate over the weekend.

33/1 Norwich are 33/1 with bet365 to beat Arsenal 3-2 on Sunday
Adams's side entertain Arsenal in their remaining fixture, and know even a victory may not be good enough with Sunderland needing just a point from their final two games to effectively confirm Norwich's demotion.

"The ground is full every week and it will again next season, regardless of what happens. It is a fantastically supported club and it's in a good position," Adams told talkSPORT.

"We obviously want to be in the top flight but if it is not meant to be then we will deal with that. But the club is in a good position at the minute.

"Sunderland are obviously in the box seat with two home games left but you are just hoping with the season it has been, at both ends of the table, that there is a little bit more [of a twist] in it."

"If West Brom can win [at the Stadium of Light on Wednesday] then it is going to be a hell of an occasion at Carrow Road on Sunday.

"With us getting a draw at Chelsea, it now puts the pressure back on Sunderland.