Norwich head coach Alex Neil has warned his side to keep the attacking duo of Odion Ighalo and Troy Deeney quiet if they must get points off fellow newcomers Watford in Saturday's Premier League fixture at Vicarage Road.
Both strikers have contributed 12 of Watford's 15 goals so far in the EPL this season and Neil is confident his side can keep their third clean sheet of the season after shutting out West Brom and Swansea City.
"We need to keep their front two quiet because they're a potent threat. We'll be hoping to keep a clean sheet.
"You need to pick up points off the teams around you. If we can beat Watford, we stop them getting points " Neil said during his pre-match press conference at Colney on Friday.
Neil said that he's got a team with different strenghts. He also revealed that Alex Tettey will be in the squad for the fixture against the Hornets.
He added: "I don't have a starting eleven who I would say is my best team. I've got a set of players who have different strengths.
"Alex Tettey joined in training this week so he will be in the squad on Saturday. He adds power & strength to the midfield."
Watford are currently 11th on the log with 19 points from 14 games while Norwich are 16th with 13 points from the same number of games.