ANTHONY Pilkington reckons Norwich City showed style and steel as they extended their unbeaten run to nine games with a 2-1 win over Sunderland.
The Canaries head for Swansea City next weekend having seen off the Black Cats.
"We played some great football, probably as good as we've played all season, and then we let in a sloppy goal right at the end of the first half and that made the second half difficult for us," said matchwinner Pilkington.
"They weren't creating much, but that goal lifted Sunderland and after that they had a right good go.
"But I have to say we have got a good, strong group and we hung on in the second half to get a good three points.
"They put us under a bit lot of pressure in the second half and it was totally different to the first half, but it's a massive three points."