Last Updated: Wed, 11 Sep 2013 11:14
Summer signing Leroy Fer claims Norwich City are 'starting to gel' and he is confident that they will keep picking up points.
The Dutch midfielder, signed from FC Twente in his homeland in July, was one of eight new signings drafted into Carrow Road by boss Chris Hughton in the summer transfer window.
And, while it usually takes some time for a team to settle down when there has been a major overhaul, Fer has been pleased with the side's record of four points from their opening three matches, including a first win against Southampton last time out.
The international break has halted the Canaries' momentum, but Fer is adamant that the players are now starting to get used to each other and he can only see further improvements as the season progresses.
He told the Eastern Daily Press: "We are still getting to know each other but in training, you can see everybody is getting to know each other better so that is really good for the team.
"We're starting to gel and that can only be good for the next few games."
Fer added: "It's been a very good start. We've played three games and got four points. We could've had more. At Hull City we could have had the three points as well. But we have to carry on and with Tottenham, hopefully we get another point or the win."
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