"There is a lot of money at stake, but we don’t want to finish the season with doom and gloom."
“He has issued a reason why he did that. As far as I am concerned and the club is concerned that is the end of it."
"The approach is still to try to win games, that has to be the approach. There is a lot to play for still."
"We have to reflect and move on very quickly now to planning to get back up.”
The 51-year-old is hoping for a warm reception from the Villa faithful, but to leave them disappointed come the full-time whistle.
“We still believe there is a chance to stay in the league and we have got to give it our all.”
"Let’s try to climb that mountain and do what people have already said is not doable."
The Canaries sit bottom of the table, seven points from safety with eight games left.
“I want to see some fight from them, to see them driving each other, pushing themselves and each other."
"That was certainly special and I know I’ll remember that one for a long time.”
"It is really big for both teams, because we are both on a losing run."
"We must have that siege mentality that we can take every game as it comes and go and win games."
“It’s a must not lose but we are running out of games.”
“Certainly it (the Liverpool game) is too late for the away fans to travel and to be expected to travel back."
"When you get 6/10s throughout the pitch you won’t win a game in the Premier League."
“We can’t concentrate on the table... we have just got to concentrate on results and on our performances."
"Our mindset is going to be a really important part of it. We have to try to out-think (Liverpool) where we can."
Idah has scored one goal in 21 appearances in all competitions for the Canaries this season.
“Especially after the goal he was confident and more aggressive, direct and scored a fantastic goal."
The Canaries extended their unbeaten league run to three games in midweek...
Smith's Norwich are currently 17th in the Premier League, one point above the relegation zone.
Norwich are through to the fifth round of the FA Cup after beating Wolves 1-0 at Molineux.
"If you can go and win a trophy then it is such a fillip for everybody."
"Great improvisation. He needed that, he is a hard working, intelligent player and I'm pleased he got the two goals."
"I am waiting for the feedback from our medical staff to give me some time on it. He will be a big loss."
The Canaries were beaten 2-0 at West Ham on Wednesday night...
“He has gone back to Chelsea today for them to assess it but hopefully he will be back for his treatment."
"The players have to take a long, hard look at themselves."
"We are in a dangerous situation where we are risking the health and well being of the players."
"It just so happens to be Aston Villa tomorrow. If it was Manchester City or Liverpool, it’s the same."