Ahead of the table topper's visit to The Den, we've spoken to Norwich City fan Christopher Jakes to get the lowdown from a Canary's point of view.

Top of the league, how confident are you ahead of the trip to The Den?

Being a Norwich fan who has been to lots of away games since the late 80’s, I am never 100% certain of three points but I would say I am fairly confident that if our attitude is right we will pick up three points as our away form this season has been fantastic.

What do you expect from Millwall?

Perhaps a bit cliché, but I expect both the team and Millwall fans to be very much 'up for it' especially as we are top and now seen as a scalp.

I also read some comments by Neil Harris this week which suggests he will fire Millwall up for an upset so its going to be a tough game.

Last season City turned up at the New Den early on under Farke and lost 4-0 and got completely overrun, bullied and outplayed.

I am hoping it will be a case of lesson learnt for Norwich.

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What did you learn from the 4-3 win at Carrow Road?

That the team never gives up and never know when they are beaten.

We were 3-2 down with 90 minutes on the clock and scored the winner in the 97th.

Such comebacks have been a regular feature this season and reminds me of the team spirit under Paul Lambert and Alex Neil when we last went up.

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Having played every team now, where do you rank Millwall?

Millwall are a good side and have proved they can beat anyone at home on their day – look at the Everton game.

They also nearly beat Norwich at Carrow Road and we haven’t lost to many this season.

Having looked at the table Millwall are two places and four points above the relegation zone and the results against Hull and Preston obviously wouldn't have done their confidence much good, however Ipswich and Bolton are as good as relegated and its anyone from Wigan down to go with them.

Ultimately I think Millwall are better than Reading and Rotherham and will be fine.

And where do you think they will end up?

Too close to call, but we are now daring to dream of top two, but the reality is its one of four teams.

I believe there are 12 games left to play and regardless what anyone else does if we win eight of those we go up.

You’re known as a footballing side, Millwall have been criticised for being one-dimensional, is it a case of personnel or coaching?

Norwich had the same sort of dilemma last season.

Ultimately it’s got to be a mix of both with the players buying into the style of play the manager wants, but the manager also having a little flexibility to buy-in the players he needs.

I look at the current Norwich team which was put together on little money and also the Paul Lambert team which went up to the Premiership from League One and in both cases it's having players with something to prove and buying in completely to what the manager wants.

Neil Harris is a good manager, Millwall finished eighth last season and he got Millwall promoted from League One a few seasons back, and are now in the quarter finals of the FA Cup.

How would you rate your season so far?

As good as it gets being a football fan.

Playing the best football in the division, scoring plenty of goals and providing lots of entertainment.

Not even the most optimistic Norwich fan would have dreamed we would be top come the start of March.

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What player has stood out for you this season for Norwich?

Teemu Pukki who we signed on a free transfer in the summer.

The noise coming out of Celtic Park last summer was that he couldn’t hit a barn door after a very unsuccessful spell north of the border, but fast forward seven months and he is on target to surpass 30 goals this season having already scored 23 with seven assists.

Words on Daniel Farke:

Last season like many fans, I was unsure his style of play suited the championship – we looked great in the cups against Arsenal and Chelsea where keep-ball is the name of the game but like rabbits in the head lights when teams got in our faces.

Without a goal scorer we were ultimately heavy on possession and positional play which meant lots of draws as we became predictable, especially at home.

However credit to the club and Farke they stuck with it and following creative recruitment in the summer and with a few tweaks in the final third, City are playing some of the best football home and away seen for years.

He has also built a special bond with the fans, and the only worry now is that he signs a new contract as soon as possible.