Training has been productive, says defenderRYAN Bennett is hopeful that City's training ground efforts will bear fruit against Queens Park Rangers this Saturday (3pm).
The Canaries have had a fortnight to work on improvements at Colney after their poor run of form was extended with the 3-2 home defeat to Leeds United on November 5.
Bennett told the press on Friday: "It's given us time to work on things and analyse things a bit more as well. The lads are working hard and you'd have seen that in training in the last few days.
"If you look at the goals we've conceded and the amount we've conceded of late, it all needs to be addressed. It starts right from the front to the back and it's something we've been working on.
"Hopefully we can bring that to the game on Saturday and everybody will see that."
City will face a Rangers side set to line up for the first time under new boss Ian Holloway, who was appointed as Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's replacement last Friday.
When asked if Holloway's arrival will impact the atmosphere at Loftus Road this weekend, Bennett said it won't influence the Canaries' gameplan.
"Everyone's played there and is used to that sort of stuff these days. People say it will have an effect but we will wait and see Saturday," he added.
"It's just another important game. Every game is important, especially even more so now with the results that we've recently had.
"Every game's a tough game in this league but hopefully we'll go out there and play at a tempo that they can't live with and hopefully we'll go and get the win."