BREAKING; Before Birmingham, the boss gave injuries update ……….

Prior to tomorrow’s (KO 3pm) match against Birmingham City at Carrow Road, David Wagner stated that there are no fresh injuries in the team.

Despite having an injection for a shoulder problem, goalkeeper Angus Gunn missed a few days of practice, according to the head coach, but he should be back tomorrow afternoon.

Wagner is requesting patience as he eases Borja Sainz back into the action after his first club appearance on Wednesday against Fulham.

“After Wednesday night, no problems. None of our injured players will make the matchday squad, he added, with the exception of Danny Batth who was cup-tied.

“We need to treat (Borja) with extreme caution. However, if a player has an impact as he did on Wednesday, he merits a spot in the matchday squad. We’ll concentrate on the lengthy strategy.

Wagner singled out Kellen Fisher, Przemyslaw Pacheta, and another debutant, Jaden Warner, for praise ahead of Wednesday night’s match against Fulham.

“First of all, I completely concur that the staff as a whole did a fantastic job. It was a first impression of Jaden that was excellent. We weren’t shocked since we’d seen him and the young players in practice, together with Kellen, play a third competitive game for the whole 90 minutes.

“Borja needs to be handled with great caution. However, a player deserves a position in the matchday squad if they make an impact as he did on Wednesday. We’ll concentrate on the comprehensive plan.

Prior to Wednesday night’s game against Fulham, Wagner picked out Kellen Fisher, Przemyslaw Pacheta, and another debutant, Jaden Warner, for praise.

“First of all, I agree wholeheartedly that the personnel performed admirably. It was a fantastic way to introduce Jaden to the world. We weren’t surprised because we had saw him and the younger guys in practice play a third competitive game for the full 90 minutes with Kellen.

“The Fulham game greatly aided; you could discuss what went wrong and demonstrate how much it affected both their performance and the outcome. The players, though, need to fix it because this is what they gave us on Wednesday.

“We must come up with an answer to the queries they pose. I have faith that we’ll come up with solutions and that our outlook is favorable for progress.

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