Huddersfield Town manager Neil Warnock has praised Norwich City ahead of the Canaries' trip to Yorkshire tomorrow evening.

Warnock took charge of the Terriers midway through the season after a difficult start to the season, and is hoping to take them to second division safety from 23rd in the table.

He knows his work is cut out for him against the Norfolk side, however, who are vying for play-off qualification.

"Their reserve team could cope in the Championship," he said, "when you look at the squad. You do look on with envy at times. 

"We've got to make sure that Norwich know they've been in a game, that's all I can ask of the players.

"With 12 games left they're more than capable of putting a run together. They've got the squad to do that.

"Norwich is a fabulous club to manage, the background and the people that look after every department, I've got a lot of time for Delia (Smith) as well. David (Wagner) is a lucky lad to be there.

"It's a club that should want to be in the Premier League, and I think they'll be disappointed if they don't get in the Premier League."