Hughton relishing the challenge of life at Carrow Road.
Norwich City boss chris Hughton has insisted that he does not envy the club’s big spending rivals according to talkSport.
Norwich are currently facing up to the prospect of an end of season relegation dogfight as they find themselves slipping down the Premier League table.
The club have won just one out of their last fifteen and find themselves looking over their shoulder as we enter the last few months of the current campaign.
Norwich had looked assured of their Premier League safety after putting in a number of impressive performances during the first half of the season that saw them register wins against Manchester United and Arsenal.
But the club have failed to find form since the New Year and are now just four points clear from safety.
Hughton maintains that he is enjoying life at Carrow Road and would not swap places with managers who have greater resources at their disposal.
Hughton insisted that he has faith in his team and takes strength from the fact that the likes of QPR and Southampton have spent more money than the East Anglian club yet find themselves in a similar position.
Norwich are set to welcome Sporting Lisbon’s Ricky Van Wolfswinkel to Carrow Road at the end of the season.