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 By PA Sport

Alex Neil certain Norwich City are 'good enough' to stay up

Norwich manager Alex Neil believes his side can avoid relegation after managing a goalless draw against Manchester City on Saturday.

The Canaries are still to play Newcastle and Sunderland at Carrow Road, and Neil said he believes they can control their own destiny.

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"I didn't need that performance to strengthen my belief," Neil said. "I believe we're good enough to do it. What it will do is help the squad and the fans and everybody connected with Norwich.

"The amount of effort the players are putting in to stay in this league can't be questioned and the fans responded.

"We need to win games. It's as simple as that."

On the clean sheet, Neil added: "To be honest, I'd take a 2-1. It's just one of those where if you're not going to score, it's really important you keep it tight at the back.

"Our game management, our decision-making in the game was better than recent weeks."

Norwich City earned a crucial point  against Man City on Saturday.

Graham Dorrans had a good opportunity for Norwich in the second half, but did not hit the target.

"Unfortunately he didn't make good contact and it went past the post," Neil said.

Winger Nathan Redmond went off in the first half and Neil added: "[He] just went over on his ankle. He just rolled it.

"It's a concern for us because he's a key player. We're hoping it's not going to be too bad."

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