Norwich boss Chris Hughton admits Everton will pose his side serious questions at Goodison Park on Saturday.
The Canaries secured a memorable 1-0 win over Manchester United at Carrow Road last weekend and travel to Merseyside in high spirits - but Hughton is wary of the quality of David Moyes' hosts.
He said: "Everton have managed to sustain real challenging positions in this league for a number of years.
"It is a club run very well. They have a great record of bringing players through. They have also added real quality players to their squad. They have a great work ethic and a manager who gives them stability.
"I know David quite well. We all know they haven't had the type of budgets that your Uniteds and Citys and Chelseas and Arsenals have had and that makes it tough for him, but to be consistently where they are in the Premier League speaks volumes for them as a club and for David as a manager.
"They are a real threat going forward, particularly at home. They have a lot of players in the team capable of creating and scoring goals and we will have to be at our best."
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