Spirit is the key for Norwich City, says Paul Lambert
Lambert's side secured their first win in six games against Ipswich on Sunday
Norwich City manager Paul Lambert is pleased with the winning spirit shown by his side over the last 14 months.
And Lambert believes that Sunday's 4-1 derby victory over rivals Ipswich Town highlights why his players have made a solid start to the Championship season.
"Sometimes when you're up against it and you don't have the resources to compete with the bigger teams, you've got to find another ally," he said.
"And what we've got is a great spirit," Lambert told BBC Radio Norfolk.
"You can't thank the lads enough and that includes the lads that have left the club," added Lambert, who became Norwich manager in August 2009 before leading them to the League One title. "The team and the spirit we've got has been excellent."
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