Norwich left-back Adam Drury admits he has already hit his goal target for the season after notching against Leicester in midweek.
Drury, 32, marked his 300th league start for the Canaries with his first goal in over five years against the Foxes and is relishing a place in Paul Lambert's side.
He said: "I had about two or three shots in the game and I do enjoy the formation we play.
"The gaffer encourages me to get forward and join in. We still have to be defenders, first and foremost, but if you can help out going forward, then all the better.
"I think one was probably the target at the start of the season so I have achieved it now.
"The last goal I scored was against Middlesbrough and that was some game as well and obviously we got the right result that time."