Angus Gunn believes this Norwich City side are made of the right stuff to get results in big games this season.

The Canaries survived a series of late scares to stay unbeaten at home this year in Bristol City’s Carrow Road visit, earning a valuable point in their push for play-off qualification and edging closer to their promotion goal.

They’ve also beaten Premier League-chasing arch rivals Ipswich Town, fifth-placed West Brom and FA Cup semi-finalists Coventry in recent months, proving their mettle when the pressure’s on.

Gunn says that’ll stand them in good stead as the season reaches crunch time, with three potentially tense games needing navigation for play-off victory.

“We’ve had a few of those games this season where teams play really well and we’ve hung on in there,” he said.

“A lot of the time we’ve ended up winning those games. Unfortunately [against Bristol City] that wasn’t the case, but I think that’s been a really big part of our turnaround since the new year.

“We’ve been in the games, we’ve stayed in the games, and (Josh) Sargent’s been banging them in. He got another assist.

“The amount of games that everyone’s played this year, it’s important to try and keep that consistency.

“A lot of the lads have done that, and that’ll be really important for us going into the last few games.”

Although David Wagner and his players are refusing to spend real time thinking about the play-offs until qualification is mathematically secure, Gunn knows the qualities they’ve shown could be key in the coming weeks.

He’s hoping they head into the Championship end game with momentum carried through games against Swansea and Birmingham before the end of the regular campaign.

“I think that’s going to be important hopefully, looking forward to the end of the season,” he continued.

“We’ve got a big game next week to try to solidify ourselves in the play-offs. Then, like I’ve said before, if we can carry that into those games, you never know what can happen.”