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Ricky van Wolfswinkel has found the transition to English football a tough nut to crack since joining from Sporting Lisbon.
The pressure of a club record price tag, a more physical style of play and a lack of service could have all contributed to the Dutchman's disappointing start to life at Carrow Road, but there have been signs in recent weeks that Van Wolfswinkel is beginning to adjust.
Having not scored since the opening day of the season, a goal would clearly do wonders for the 24-year-old's confidence and you would back him to kick on from then on.
Despite this, goalscoring chances are once again likely to come at a premium for Van Wolfswinkel at the Emirates, and if I was manager, I would be tempted to give Gary Hooper a start instead.
However, I am not Norwich City manager, and I would expect Chris Hughton to keep faith with a striker that cost a reported £8.5 million to lure to Norfolk in the summer.
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