Warnock hails chirpy Canaries
Updated Thursday, 14th October 2010
Warnock hails chirpy Canaries.
QPR boss Neil Warnock has branded Norwich "one of the best sides in the league" ahead of their clash at Loftus Road. Top-of-the-table Rangers welcome Paul Lambert's men to west London on Saturday with the Canaries sitting in third place following a flying start to the season. Warnock is not surprised by Norwich's form, highlighting them as a real threat for promotion. "From the reports I've got they are one of the best sides in the league and if you look at the team, there's a number of players you would pick out if you are the opposing manager," Warnock said. "I think it's exciting, me. There are about eight teams we thought pre-season (would be up there) and we thought Norwich would be one of them. "So I think it's great what they've done. I like Norwich, if I'm honest: good old Delia, the way they play. I think Paul, after their promotion, has signed some good players. His squad introductions were good and they've got some good players. "Ten games in usually gives you a pretty good idea but I think if we were where Norwich are I'd have been quite delighted with the start."