Norwich boss Glenn Roeder has insisted that his side will travel to Charlton in the FA Cup third round looking for a win.
The Canaries travel to The Valley in early January to take on the Addicks and Roeder is expecting a tough task.
"I'm happy with the draw except that I would obviously have preferred us to be at home," said Roeder. "But it wasn't to be and we'll go to the Valley and look to win. We won't be going there trying to get a replay."
He added: "The supporters deserve and would have enjoyed a third round cup game at Carrow Road.
"Charlton are a club going through transition like ourselves and I would expect them to have their managerial situation sorted by the time we play them."
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