Name: Robbie Brady
After picking up just the one Premier League point throughout February; including three defeats in four outings, how do you come about picking that team’s Player of the Month? With some difficulty it must be said. But Robbie Brady’s decent displays last month has given the Canaries some hope of turning around their faltering form heading into March.
The 24-year-old, who has 21 international caps for the Republic of Ireland and is set to star for his country at the 2016 UEFA European Championships in France this summer, played a key role in earning lowly Norwich that pivotal point that keeps Alex Neil’s side within touching distance of survival.
Brady; who arrived at Carrow Road from Championship outfit Hull City back in July, opened the scoring in Norwich’s deserved 2-2 draw at home to high-flying West Ham United, with the stalemate seemingly becoming even more precious given the Canaries have now plunged into the top-flight’s bottom three, but only on goal difference.
A few more goals and/or assists from the wicked left foot of Brady until the end of the season could prove crucial in Norwich’s bid to beat the drop come May.