Norwich produced a 3-1 comeback victory to beat West Ham and ease the pressure on manager Chris Hughton with three second-half strikes turning the tables on the Hammers at Carrow Road.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce had labelled the match a "six-pointer" earlier in the week and it was his side who dominated the first half and duly led at the break courtesy of Ravel Morrison's third Barclays Premier League goal of the season.

The Canaries were jeered off at half-time but emerged a much more cohesive unit as Gary Hooper scored his first league goal for the club from the penalty spot before Robert Snodgrass curled in a match-winning free-kick and Leroy Fer added a late effort to secure a 3-1 win.