Norwich got carried away - Drury

29 September 2010 02:27
Norwich City defender Adam Drury admits his side were complacent at times in their 4-3 Championship win over Leicester City on Tuesday.The Canaries conceded shortly after scoring on two occasions against the Foxes at Carrow Road. [LNB]Drury, 32, told BBC Radio Norfolk: "Perhaps we got a bit carried away at 3-1, thinking we've won the game. [LNB]"You do have to concentrate a bit more and obviously we have to make sure it does not happen too often." [LNB]The City full-back scored his first goal in more than five years when Wes Hoolahan played him in. [LNB] [LNB][LNB] "It was a bit of a blur to be honest, Wes put me through with a great through ball," he said. [LNB]"Their keeper came out and I managed to get it past him, I don't really know what happened after that. [LNB]"You're thinking 'don't miss, the lads will give you stick'. Russell Martin scored the other week so the pressure was on to get among the goal scoring." [LNB]Norwich boss Paul Lambert stuck to his favoured diamond formation despite a 2-0 defeat by Hull on Saturday. [LNB]The system gives the full-backs more responsibility to the fill space in wide areas and former Peterborough man Drury says he relishes the role. [LNB]"The gaffer encourages you to get forward as much as you can," he added. [LNB]"Your first job is still to defend, but if you can get involved with the forward play you do it as much as you can."

Source: BBC_Sport