Incoming Norwich City boss David Wagner has been backed to get the Canaries firing on and off the pitch by a supporter of his former club Huddersfield Town.

Wagner led the Terriers to the Premier League in 2017 before keeping them in the division the following season and fan Brady Frost says the German-American will give supporters something to believe in.

Mr Frost, who runs the And He Takes That Chance podcast, said Wagner introduced the post-win wave familiar to City fans from Daniel Farke's time at the club and played an instantly recognisable style of play.

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He said: "His relationship with fans was excellent, he really got what Huddersfield was about, being a smallish working-class team - which not all of our managers have.

"The accusation levelled at Huddersfield fans is often that they want Champagne football on a Babycham budget, but he made us believe again.

"He bought into what we call the Terriers spirit, which is that it's not about the size of the dog in the fight, it's about the size of the fight in the dog.

"While Norwich is bigger I think he'll get what they need, I really can't speak highly enough."

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Mr Frost said Terriers fans would be a bit sad to see Wagner at a rival in the same division, especially following rumours of a return to Huddersfield last year, but said he expected him to get a great response at the John Smith's Stadium.

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He added that when the German arrived in Yorkshire midway through the 2015-16 season his high-pressing style in a 4-2-3-1 formation, the same favoured by Farke, was instantly popular with fans.

Mr Frost said: "You can see what he's trying to do straight away and his training sessions are said to be really intense, they even trained on match days.

"Looking at Norwich's squad I think Sargent and the full-backs are players he'll really like and the fans will like his style of play."

He also dispelled fans' concerns over Wagner's time at Schalke, during which the coach oversaw an 18-game streak without a win and Bundesliga relegation.

Mr Frost added: "We spoke to a Schalke fan on the podcast and he was actually really complimentary about him.

"He's made an immediate impact where ever he's been and I'm sure he'll do it at Norwich too."