Norwich City manager Paul Lambert praised the resilience of his side after watching them recover from a poor first-half display to comfortably beat fellow promotion candidates Huddersfield 3-0 at Carrow Road.
The Canaries were under the cosh early on as an impressive visiting side piled on the pressure but they went on to dominate after the interval, with goals from Wes Hoolahan, Chris Martin and Gary Doherty seeing them home in some style.
Lambert said: "You are not going to dominate every game you play in. Sometimes you have to ride the storm before you come through it and that is what we did. You try not to concede and then you can come out in the second half and go again.
"I am delighted to be where we are now. Remember that we only had one point from three games when I came here and the lads have been brilliant, I can't praise them enough.
"But I am not looking any further ahead than our next game (at home to Millwall). That's the only one that matters."
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