Norwich City striker Simeon Jackson has said he is confident the side will maintain their early-season form after beating Bristol City 3-0 on Saturday.Jackson, 23, scored twice for the Canaries to move them to third in the Championship ahead of a two-week international break.
"I think the gaffer would rather have the games now as we've got really good form," Jackson told BBC Radio Norfolk.
"But hopefully we can keep that momentum going and kick-on again."
The 23-year-old Canada international added: "I think we caught some sides off guard this season, and we can keep doing that.
Our strike force is quite strong so when you get the chance you have to go out there and prove what you can do
"It was magnificent to get the result against Bristol as it helps to ensure we get as high as possible before the break."
Jackson, who signed from Gillingham over the summer, was making just his third league start of the season.
"Our strike force is quite strong so when you get the chance you have to go out there and prove what you can do," he said.
Source: BBC Sport