Newcastle continue to edge away from the relegation zone after picking up a point against Norwich City on Saturday.
Canaries boss Daniel Farke couldn't help but praise the 'unbelievable' Steve Bruce after the two sides played out a goalless draw at St James' Park.
Farke was impressed by how the Magpies boss sets up and coaches his teams.
"He's an experienced guy and unbelievable coach," the German said to the Chronicle after the game.
"His teams are always unbelievably well structured and difficult to break down. I would never judge another team in a disrespectful way."
He added: "The quality Newcastle added - I know them from the German league - they are top quality players. It’s important in football to be effective."
The result confirms that relegation is extremely likely for Norwich as at this point as they sit seven points away from safety. The Canaries remain rock bottom in the league table and are now five points off their closest competitors, Watford, who are 19th.
On the other hand, Newcastle will be slightly disappointed that they didn't take all three points, especially as they were at home. Although they now sit tenth in the table and are able to relax a bit more now that the relegation zone is further away.
Manager Steve Bruce has done well since his appointment in the summer and the Magpies are now on a decent run of form with only one loss in their last five games, despite the usual general unrest surrounding the club amid takeover rumours.
Their next game on Tuesday evening provides them with a chance to progress beyond the FA Cup fourth round, which remarkably is yet to happen under Mike Ashley.
They face Oxford United who are eighth in League One so it is a great chance for Newcastle to take that step.
Source : 90min