Rookie Norwich boss Alex Neil accepts he will have to think of something different to get the better of Arsene Wenger when the Barclays Premier League's longest-serving manager brings his side to Carrow Road on Sunday.
At 34, the Scot is the youngest of the head coaches in the top flight, his star swiftly on the rise after guiding the Canaries to promotion via the play-offs at Wembley having only been appointed in January.
Neil, though, is the first to admit a maiden campaign among the elite of English...
Alex Neil has hailed Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger as a visionary but the Norwich City boss aims to dent Arsenal's title charge in Sunday's Premier League duel.
The youngest top flight manager, 34, faces the senior statesman at Carrow Road with Neil convinced the Frenchman is still the gold standard for his precarious profession.
Wenger has endured plenty of criticism from sections of Arsenal's support for his failure to land the title in recent years or turn his club into genuine Champions League...
Manager Alex Neil accepts Norwich cannot rely on just playing one way if they are to remain in the Premier League.
The Canaries host Arsenal on Sunday following promising displays away against both Manchester City and then Chelsea, but neither of which returned a positive result.
Neil opted for a more pragmatic approach in the last home game, which yielded a 1-0 win over Swansea.
The Scot believes Norwich must remain flexible if they are to avoid being dragged into a relegation dogfight.