The town is buzzing. Absolutely buzzing from what I've seen and heard regarding the amazing situation the Canaries have placed themselves in at present.
As clearly delighted as supporters are at this amazing turnaround in fortunes for their team, and having basically witnessed with open mouths the transformation that has taken place in such a short space of time, I'm sure that many City fans are also slightly perplexed too.
Because while a change of manger having borne positive influence on a team and its results is nothing new in football, there clearly can't have been too many previous similar examples of the levels of recovery that we've witnessed here at Carrow Road in the last three months.
It's been staggering. Nigh on unbelievable.
We're talking about a team that couldn't score a goal in more than ten hours of football here – as if we could ever forget. And one that never even came close to doing so either!
City were written off as being relegation certainties by many pundits not so long ago.
I even heard one debate in which respected footballing figures were discussing ?which two other Championship sides would join Norwich in League One next season,? such was the apparently futile hope of City somehow managing to drag themselves clear of the drop zone.
And as galling as that was to hear, if I'm being honest it was difficult to disagree.
After all, the Canaries not only seemed dead and buried by mid-October, they'd already been as good as cremated!
Yet just look at that Championship table now. Four points off the play-offs. Absolutely incredible!
When Ched Evans launched his very own Exocet missile into the top corner of Cardiff 'keeper Michael Oakes' net with just two minutes of normal time remaining on Saturday, everyone naturally marvelled at the technique and sheer audacity displayed by the young on loan striker to even contemplate doing what he did.
A couple of hours after the final whistle though, and when the Cardiff fans were no doubt still bemoaning the fact that they had just seen their team have what would probably have been a deserved point snatched away from them as they drowned their sorrows, everyone from Norfolk would have long since calmed down.
True, it was a superb piece of individual brilliance without a shadow of doubt from Evans and a goal worthy of winning any game, but then given what's been going on here at Norwich in the last dozen games it wasn't totally unexpected either, all things considered.
It's just the way things are right now. To paraphrase a familiar clich?, 'City are not just on a roll at present, they're on the mother of all rolls!'
And what's more, there's a golden opportunity for them to ensure that the momentum that has developed here in recent weeks is continued tonight at home to Hull too.
Phil Brown's team deserve all the respect that they will undoubtedly be shown at Carrow Road.
They're enjoying an excellent run of form themselves, have won four and drawn two of their last seven league games and will arrive looking to complete a league double over the Canaries after running out deserved winners when the sides met at the KC Stadium back in August last year.
But you sense that the way things stand at present, it will all be about Norwich again this evening.
Because if they can continue to ride this incredible wave of emotion and maintain doing the things that have got them where they are, there's every chance of even more points being added to the total.