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Norwich manager Chris Hughton is hoping his side can respond after suffering an FA Cup shock at the hands of Luton.

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Chris Hughton: Confident Norwich can bounce back against his former employers

Chris Hughton: Confident Norwich can bounce back against his former employers

The Canaries are preparing for their home fixture with Tottenham on Wednesday night, Hughton's former club after spending 28 years at White Hart Lane as player and coach.

Andre Villas-Boas' men also have a point to prove after suffering a shock 2-1 FA Cup loss to Leeds United but Hughton believes his team is capable of bouncing back.

"I see this as a good opportunity for us to get back to winning ways," said Hughton.

"I'm looking for the players to bounce back and show the character we have in our side."

The Norwich boss is confident the club can turn a corner from a run of form which has seen them collect just one point from six games.

Hughton added: "We don't need to change things radically, it's just a question of doing some fine tuning."

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