Norwich striker Steve Morison believes they had to endure some of their own medicine when they conceded a late winner against Manchester United.
The Canaries have impressed on their return to the Premier League and have become adept at scoring late goals to clinch victories.
However, they were on the receiving end of a late winner last week at Carrow Road, when Ryan Giggs struck in the closing stages of the match.
For Morison, it made them experience what they have inflicted on other teams this term, but the Wales international wants them to erase that heartache with a win against Stoke.
"That's what we have prided ourselves on, the times we have scored late winners and equalisers," he said.
"It is something the manager prides himself on that we never say die. We've managed to do it and then obviously United did it to us.
"Mentality is a massive thing in our dressing room at Norwich. You can be playing the best players in the world but if you work harder than them, sometimes you get your rewards."