RALPH Hasenhuttl insists Norwich have the chance to stay in the Premier League after a torrid start made that feat look impossible.

The Canaries had to wait until the 11th fixture of the season before they got their first win of the campaign, a 2-1 victory at fellow promoted side Brentford.

Those 11 contests were under former manager Daniel Farke, who was still sacked even after picking up that first maximum points.

Now they have made a dream start to life under new head coach Dean Smith, with a second consecutive 2-1 victory – coming from behind – to lift themselves off the bottom of the table.

And Hasenhuttl insists they have every chance of staying in England’s top flight. Speaking after the game, he said: “They have chances to stay in the league, like we have.

“He’s (Smith) had a good start with the game today now, everything is possible.”