Norwich City's Steve Morison has branded their game against Swansea as 'massive', with both sides equal on points ahead of Saturday's clash.
The visiting Swans will be looking to claim their first away win of the season as they travel to face their fellow newly-promoted side at Carrow Road.
The Canaries went into the international break on the back of a 2-0 defeat to league leaders Manchester United, while Swansea claimed all three points in their win over Stoke City.
And Morison believes the game could prove pivotal to both respective campaigns.
"It's a massive fixture because we're both on the same number of points," he said. "It's the sort of game that we've got to win.
"We go out to win every game like we did our last match - we tried to beat Manchester United but didn't take our chances.
"Swansea are a very, very good team. I think when I was at Millwall we drew against them away and lost at home."
Morison moved to the Norfolk side from Millwall in the summer, scoring his first top-flight goal against Sunderland last month, just three years after playing non-league football for Stevenage.
The Wales international played in both Euro 2012 qualifiers against Switzerland and Bulagria last week.