David Wagner wants his Norwich side to stay grounded as they aim to continue their play-off push against Rovers this weekend.

The Canaries currently sit eighth in the Championship table – three points off the top six heading into the business end of the campaign.

Wagner’s side have won three of their last four league games, including a comfortable 4-1 victory against Cardiff last weekend.

However, there was a tinge of frustration following the 2-2 draw at Queens Park Rangers earlier this month.

"We all together I think have to be a little bit more humble,” he told The Pink Un.

“It's the Championship, and even if it's QPR, you can't say you have to go there and you have to win. This is just not how it works.

“I think performance-wise the players did an okay job against QPR. Unfortunately, we were not able to win the game after coming back from 1-0 down.

“But we took a point with a performance which was OK, so I think this is something which is very important for all of us - to stay humble and take everybody and every opponent very seriously.

"If you play well, but only you get the point, you have to accept it and not get too emotional. You have to stay calm and keep focused on the next one, and this is what the players have done very well.

“But to be fair, the noise outside in this moment, mostly is not helpful. And this is why I think the players have done a fantastic job."

Josh Sargent bagged a brace against Cardiff last time out, with Gabriel Sara and Christian Fassnacht also getting on the scoresheet.

Wagner continued: "In all departments it was top, we started very well and created opportunities. If we criticise then maybe we were not ruthless enough in the opponent's box, early enough.

“We continued very calmly, even after we conceded. We didn't give one corner away against one of the best set piece teams in the Championship.

"That was part of our game plan as well, to keep them away from our goal and press them high. Wonderful goals, subs gave an impact like in recent weeks.

“You can see that this team has a lot of confidence at the minute and a clear idea how they like to take the ball, and how they like to a defend. I think it was a deserved win.”