Norwich midfielder Tom Trybull has paid tribute to the club’s travelling support and team spirit, after they moved a step closer to promotion with victory over Middlesbrough on Saturday.
Trybull played the full 90 minutes as The Canaries over came ‘Boro thanks to Onel Hernandez’ 54th minute strike to move five points clear at the top of the Championship table with just seven games of the season remaining.
Posting on Instagram after the victory at The Riverside, Trybull attached an image of himself winning an aerial challenge with ‘Boro striker Jordan Hugill, captioning the image “aiming high” and thanking the club’s fans for their support.
Around 1,500 Norwich fans made the trip from the South East to Middlesbrough, which given the late kick off means it will likely have been past midnight before many of them returned home.
Norwich just show no signs of stopping at the minute, with seemingly nothing put in their way able to phase them as they stretch for promotion to the Premier League.
Acknowledgement of support always goes down well with those in the stands, and with one last big push to go, it could be the proverbial “12th man” that helps gets The Canaries over the pressure of seeing the job out.