Bale wary of Canaries threat

Paul Lambert’s Canaries have made a strong start to life in the

Premier League and occupy a position in the top half of the table

at Christmas. They have been particularly impressive at Carrow Road

and Bale is aware they will adopt a very attacking approach for the

visit of Spurs. However, the Welsh winger insists that Tottenham

will not be holding back either as they go in search of three

points after drawing 1-1 with Chelsea. “They go all-out attack,

they are not scared of any team and they go for it,” Bale told the

club’s official website. “We’ll be wary of that and we’re good at

going forward as well, so it could be an end-to-end game. “We’ll

look to stamp our authority on the game. We’re looking to take

three points and kick on into the New Year.” Bale admits that a

draw was the right result in the London derby against Chelsea after

Emmanuel Adebayor’s opener was cancelled out by Daniel Sturridge.

“We knew it was going to be a difficult game,” he added. “We were

ready, prepared and it was one of those matches, quite even, and at

the end, a draw was probably fair. We all move on to the next