Norwich remain confident despite defeat

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Norwich manager Paul Lambert is confident his side can get their promotion push back on track despite going down to a disappointing 2-1 defeat at struggling Leyton Orient.

After losing just two of their previous 25 league games, the Canaries have now tasted defeat twice in their last four but still remain clear favourites for automatic promotion and the League One title, although their lead at the top has been cut to six points.

Lambert said: "We have never taken it for granted that we are home and dry. There is still a lot of work to do. But we are still in a terrific position at this moment in time."

He added: "We defended very poorly at set-pieces but there is no complacency in the side.

"We did not create enough chances in the second half. We never got going but we will pick ourselves up and will come back strongly."

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