De Laet: Canaries must attack

The Canaries’ brand of attractive football has seen them soar from

League One to the Premier League in quick time. Having watched his

new club net 172 goals during that period, the Manchester United

youngster told skysports.com that they should not try to fix

something that is not broken. He said: “Not everybody can put

together back-to-back promotions, which is quite special in itself,

and they’ve got the winning mentality now, so everyone is looking

forward to being in the big time again. “It will be very refreshing

to see them back in the Premier League because they have played

some great football over the past couple of seasons and they

definitely won’t look out of place in the top flight. “There is a

really young and energetic theme running through the squad here, so

we might catch some teams by surprise and hopefully we can get some

early points on the board. “The football that they played last

season was tremendous at times and not every club can get out of

the Championship by that way, but they did it in style. “They did

it the right way in my book and hopefully we can continue that

style of play in the Premier League because I’ve played against

them and it isn’t easy to stop them.”