Harrison Reed says City will put things right after feeling hard done by in defeat to Cardiff on Friday evening.
Norwich were excellent in the first-half and should have been further than 1-0 ahead at half-time, before Cardiff levelled things immediately after the break with a contentious penalty.
“We feel a little bit hard done by,” Reed said. “We played really well in the first half, and had a gameplan to keep it really tight at the start of the second half but obviously they got a penalty which looked harsh to me. But then we were too open for the next 10 minutes and they scored again.”
Despite City’s recent poor run, Reed is adamant they will turn the form around if they can find more consistency.
“We’re doing well in patches but not for 90 minutes,” Reed said. “We have to find the consistency – we had two or three chances in the first half that we had to put away. But we’ll work hard on the training ground, and we believe in what we’re doing and we know we’ll put it right.
“We had nine or 10 games were we looked really strong and looked like we were competing for the top six. So we have to stick together, remember that run, and put it right. We’ve got a good group. There are leaders in there who give us some grief when we need to.
“We believe in ourselves in the dressing room and we stick together. This will just make us work even harder to put things right.”
Reed also had a special word for the 612 City fans who made the long journey to Cardiff on a Friday night. “We can only thank the travelling fans for coming in such big numbers again. They’re always there for us and we want to put it right on Saturday.”