Canaries closing on first win

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Norwich midfielder Bradley Johnson believes the Canaries can pick up their first win at the Reebok Stadium this Saturday in their clash against Bolton.

The midfielder joined Norwich this summer on a free transfer from Leeds United and believes despite their shaky start, the first win is not far away.

Johnson claims the team are only focusing on the positives, despite having only picked up two points in four games

"At the moment we're getting punished for every mistake we make, whereas the season is long and I'm sure we'll get goals from other players' mistakes," said Johnson.


"We're confident enough that it'll come soon and if we keep playing the way we are and cutting out mistakes, there's no reason it can't happen next week against Bolton."

He also believed that luck has not been with the team thus far, but is confident things can quickly change.

"We're just not getting the decisions we should at this moment in time," he added.

But Johnson had reason to feel aggrieved. On Sunday, West Brom's Gabriel Tamas clashed with James Vaughn during stoppage time at Carrow Road, but the Canaries were denied a penalty on the blind side of the referee. Tamas has since been charged by the FA for violent conduct, suggesting perhaps it was a penalty.

However, Johnson remains positive to the end, saying: "Hopefully that will change soon, but we need to cut-out mistakes and we'll get that win sooner or later."

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