Harrison Reed says everyone was disappointed in the dressing room following a frustrating 0-0 draw against Bolton Wanderers at Carrow Road.
Norwich dominated possession and failed to convert several excellent chances as they missed the chance to close the gap on the play-offs to five points.
“We’ve come off the pitch very disappointed today,” said Reed. “I thought we were especially good in the first half and we created numerous chances, and on another day you’d put them away and go in at half-time two or three goals up.
“We knew it was going to be a game were we’d have a lot of possession, and to be honest we didn’t think we’d create as many clear-cut chances as we did. But it was difficult second half for us. We like to dominate possession but we haven’t scored enough goals at home this season, but hopefully we can do that away next Saturday.”
Reed had a slightly different role today, with Timm Klose’s injury meaning Norwich went to a back four and Reed was in at full-back rather than wing-back.
“I’m enjoying playing at right-back,” he said. “I’ve grown into it and I’m really enjoying it. Right wing-back was a bit more comfortable because it’s a bit more attacking. But today I had a bit more defensive responsibility. It’s great to have versatility and to give the manager options.”
On loan from Southampton, Reed says he is loving his time at Norwich and the opportunity to play regularly.
“I’ve loved it from the first minute here,” he said. “It’s already got a special place in my heart; the boys here are great and Iove the city.
“Me and Madders spoke about how much we both feel we’ve developed since the Fulham game at the start of the season – we both feel more confident and that we’ve developed as players and as people. It’s been very good for me.”