David Wagner feels like there is finally unity at Norwich City heading into the final weeks of their Championship campaign, with the play-offs on the horizon. 

It has been a season of turbulence and a constant battle to overturn views about his management of the side for the German boss, who has had to contend with various issues throughout the campaign including a change of sporting director. 

In spite of that, Norwich head into the final three Championship games with a six-point cushion over nearest competitor Hull, who have a game in hand. 

Victories in their two matches would secure their spot, and Wagner is pleased that unity has emerged at this crucial stage of the season ahead of that home double header against Bristol City and Swansea. 

"I prefer to have a gap of six points and be the leader of this group rather than chasing. But we know it is not done," Wagner said.

"We have to pick up more points, to perform consistently on the level what we have done and this is what we have to do. Are we confident, and do we have belief? For 100pc. Is it done? No, it isn't. This is what we know.

"We look forward now to home games at Carrow Road. We enjoy being there, enjoying the atmosphere, and having the crowd behind us. We had a difficult time with them as well, but this football club is very united now.

"That is what we have felt, especially in the last game (against Ipswich) and what we will feel now next Saturday."

Wagner has been wrestling with criticism and doubters throughout the entire Championship campaign and has fought to convert those dissenters into believers. 

The Pink Un: The mood around Norwich City has been more positive in recent months amid better performances.The mood around Norwich City has been more positive in recent months amid better performances. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd)

Whilst there will still be battles to win in the coming weeks, Wagner is confident that that newfound unity can help transform Carrow Road into a place of intimidation for opponents that City can utilise to their advantage. 

"It's our aim to change doubters into believers. Some needs longer, some need less long," Wagner said. "Our away support has always been top-class all season.

"Unfortunately, we didn't give them so many wins to cheer for as we have done at home. I think they can't wait to be back at Carrow Road next week, and this is what we prepare them for."