Norwich City defender Russell Martin insists the newly-promoted side will be going for the win against Manchester City this weekend.
The Canaries returned to winning ways on Saturday following a crucial 2-1 success over fellow new-boys QPR at Carrow Road.
Next up for Paul Lambert's men is a trip to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday to face the unbeaten Premier League leaders.
Few expect Norwich to return to Norfolk with any points, but Russell, who scored against QPR, insists they will be positive in Manchester.
"(City) is probably going to be one of the toughest games of the season going up there and trying to stop them because they're in really good form," said Martin.
"But the way we play as a team, we will go up there expecting to get a result because that is how we do it.
"We will go up there and give it a good go, but it is a tough run of games and we needed the three points (against QPR) because it doesn't get any easier.
"It comes in between really tough games - Arsenal and Manchester City. It doesn't get much tougher than that, but every week is tough in this league."