Date: 22nd December 2014 at 9:57pm
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Having put the initial disappointment behind him following our one nil loss to Bolton Wanderers at the weekend, manager Ian Holloway has been back in front of the cameras and speaking to the official site he’s insisted that he remains positive and a ‘glass half full’ kind of guy s we now head into the Boxing Day clash against Norwich City.

‘All we are going to do is dust ourselves down and keep going. Now we have Norwich away and that (Bolton result) makes the game even more important. We have got to get something so let’s see if we can go there and beat them.’

Holloway says he needs the team to continue to be positive with everything that they do, and he again credits the fans for being ‘great’ but he knows that won’t last if we keep losing on home soil.

‘You want everybody to stand up as a man and work their socks off. If they give that energy, that chasing and working, then I don’t think anybody here would have a go. But if we look hesitant, and we’re not positive, then they have every right to and I might do as well. My glass is half full so let’s see if we can change it.’

With the away win at Brighton lifting spirits, three defeats on the bounce at The Den isn’t exactly how we’d have wanted to enter the festive run of fixtures but it is what it is and it’s down to the players and Ollie to turn it around again.

Norwich will be going into the game pretty confident themselves as they sit just outside the play off spots and come into our match following a two all draw against Derby County so it’ll be another test.

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