NORWICH will turn to old boy Russell Martin if boss Dean Smith cannot lift their season.
The Canaries hit a poor spell after a bright start and the fans are grumbling about Smith, who needs to get the side firing again.
Smith's team are currently occupying the last play-off spot having collected 26 points.
However, they squandered an opportunity to make the points gap bigger on Saturday.
Norwich threw away a two-goal lead away at Sheffield United.
Teemu Pukki's first half brace was cancelled out by two second half strikes.
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The Finnish striker also missed a spot-kick to win the game.
Martin, 36, has done a fine job at Swansea after joining from MK Dons and he has supporters at Carrow Road.
The Swans are sat ninth in the Championship after winning seven of their 15 games played.
They're one point off the play-off places and face league strugglers Cardiff on Sunday.
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Martin is under contract until the summer of 2024.
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