Darel Russell insists that he will not alter any aspects of his game despite two dismissals in as many matches.
The Norwich midfielder is set to return from his latest suspension against Colchester on Saturday, and hopes that he has not become an easy target for match officials.
His fears are well founded, as he has missed five of the Canaries' last six games after following up a red card at Leicester with another on his return at Coventry.
Despite these recent indiscretions, Russell insists that he is not a dirty player and feels that there is no need for him to go easy on opponents in the coming months.
"It's a case of me not changing what I do," he said.
"They (disciplinary issues) are coincidental situations for me and I feel that if I try and be a bit soft then I will take a large part of my game away.
"I have to do exactly what I do and hope the referees look a little bit more kindly on these things.
"It's been very frustrating, obviously it's been difficult for me as I had been playing in most of the matches.
"It's ages since I have been playing on a regular basis."