Bryan Gunn believes his Norwich side have "given ourselves a chance" of survival in the Championship after racking up back-to-back wins in the last seven days.
The Canaries followed up the midweek win over Cardiff by beating Plymouth at Carrow Road on Saturday to climb out of the bottom three with seven games remaining.
Gunn said: "We know there is still a massive job to do with seven games to go and we have to focus on the next one. We've given ourselves a chance."
He added: "We know it's going to be a massive game against Birmingham next Saturday at St Andrew's but it's one now that we go into with a lot more confidence and a lot more points than we started with at the beginning of this week.
"The players are believing in themselves now. There was a blip which we'll not mention but they have recovered well from that and they have shown a lot of character.
"To go out there in front of 25,000 and grind out that result will give them all confidence."
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