Norwich manager Paul Lambert is unconcerned by the form of teams around them ahead of the encounter with Bristol City.
Depending on other results, the Canaries could take a firm grip on second spot with victory at Carrow Road on Monday.
However, Lambert told the club's official website: "Whether other teams around us win or lose, it won't affect anything we try to do on Monday.
"I know we've still got our job to do, regardless of what else happens. We have to try and win.
"Hopefully it will be a good game, but it's only good if you go and win. There's no point in playing well and coming away with nothing.
"I'm under no illusions how hard it is and it's another really, really tough game - but we're at home and we're playing well and we'll go and try and get over this line."