Marcelino Nunez feels he's in good shape to push for the Premier League with Norwich City.

The Chilean has become a key player under David Wagner in the second half of the season, going from regular substitute to midfield mainstay as the Canaries have turned their form around.

Nunez has earned plaudits for his role in that turnaround, including scoring the only goal in City's latest East Anglian derby win against Ipswich and curling a fine free-kick home against Blackburn in February

He had an afternoon to forget in a 1-1 draw with Bristol City on Saturday, but is happy with the form he's found recently.

"I'm feeling very good on the field," he said. "I can play whatever role the coach asks me to play. I'm ready to give my best in any position the team needs me.

"It makes me really happy, because I had some struggled in the beginning of the season, with injuries and not many minutes on the field. Now I'm helping the team on the way to the play-offs.

"I'm very positive about this role. My main attribute is to give a clean exit with the ball. This is what I can add to this team: clarity in possession in the build-up, even if I'm deeper. I'm comfortable with this.

"We're talking very much about tactics and how to help the team to improve our game. The relationship only gets better with every game. We support each other, and you can see it on the field."

Although Championship play-off qualification hasn't yet been secured, the 24-year-old is already dreaming of what could be achieved.

"I have the dream to get into the play-offs and be part of a Norwich City promotion at Wembley," he continued, speaking to official club channels. "I'm very confident, and I'm going to give my all in order for that to happen.

"I'm working the hardest I can to achieve it and everyone on the team is on the same page. The group is very close, as you may have seen from the outside.

"In every training session and every game we're like a family. This is a good sign for the days ahead."