The Canaries picked up the first point of the season with a strong defensive display at Burnley before the international break and Farke said that was an important result for the team’s confidence.
“We had a good first step at Burnley, with a first clean sheet, with a first away point and the first time off the mark,” he said.
“It was the first important step but we want to make sure that the next steps will also follow. At this level if you want to stay in the league, it is important to add some back-to-back unbeaten games under your belt. We want to also get off the mark in a home game and, if possible, get the next clean sheet and to score a few goals.
“Of course, we are greedy to have this first home win of the season, but we are concentrated on taking it step by step and we know that Brighton have had a fantastic start to the season, and it will be a difficult task, but we are in good shape. We are in a good moment, after a good last game and for that we are looking forward to having this match against Brighton.”
Several players were on international duty, with 10 members of the first team squad going away with their national teams. Thankfully, despite slight concerns for Milot Rashica (knee) all the players have come back fit and are in contention to start tomorrow’s match.