"I think it is definitely do-able; there are plenty of games to go," he says.
Bobby returns to action against the Canaries fresh after being cup-tied at Fulham at the weekend, and he adds:
"It will be a tough game against a good side but we will be looking at getting all three points."
He insists he has found it easy to adjust to the club since his move from Spurs, and adds:
"I feel as if I have been here forever to be honest; we all get on really well and it is easy to settle in."
Bobby is hoping for a run of games though he will of course have to sit out the FA cup replay against Fulham next week, and he says:
"It would be nice to play week in, week out and get a few goals."
Bobby was nursing writer's cramp after a marathon three hour signing session at the Open Day on Thursday, and he smiles:
"It has been a long day but not too bad; the fans don't often get the opportunity to come and meet the players so it was nice for them to have a bit of time with the lads.
"I have come to these things myself as a kid and they are special."
It was a bitterly cold day for the fans to brave the queue - some for the entire three hours - and Bobby says:
"I should be all right on Saturday if I haven't got pneumonia!"
Someone, of course, has to be at the back of the line, and that honour fell to Sally Mitchell, Sam Alger, and Harrison Caskey, from Canvey Island.
"Harrison loves West Ham and it was worth it to get their signatures and have a look," says Sally.
"We don't mind being last and we have had a really good day."