Daniel Farke admitted his Norwich City side have “topics to work on” after their 1-1 draw with Barnsley.
An early Josh Murphy strike was cancelled out by Harvey Barnes in the second half and Farke conceded his team didn’t do enough to achieve all three points.
“Today, the draw was a fair result,” he said. “We didn’t deserve to win. We were poor.
“We didn’t move the ball quickly enough. It wasn’t good enough. There were too many mistakes with our passing.
“These are all topics we have to work on.”
City have not won at home since the start of September and Farke has called on his side to improve their level of performance at Carrow Road.
“We were too soft in our duels,” he added. “We weren’t awake enough in situations. We wanted to win and had to move the ball quicker.”
“Especially at home, we want to play good football. I’m annoyed, because we can play much better."