Norwich City winger Przemyslaw Placheta was delighted to score his first competitive goal for the club.
The 22-year-old scored the late, equalising goal in the Canaries’ 2-2 draw at home to Preston North End on Saturday, having missed the chance to do so minutes prior.
“It’s a nice feeling to score for the first time for Norwich in my first game at the stadium, but we are not happy enough with this game because we could have scored more goals,” Placheta added.
“In the last 20 minutes, we could have scored more goals but we have to keep moving and preparing for the next game.
“It was my second situation like that, because I could have scored the same goal before. I had to be more concentrated with this one.
“Like I said, we have to keep moving and go to the next game.”
Making Carrow Road a tough place for opposing teams to come will be vital for City’s quest to return to the Premier League this season, and that means being difficult to beat.
“It’s hard to play without a whole stadium, without fans, but we hope in the next games there will be more and more fans and hopefully we will play better and we will win,” Placheta said.
1,000 fans were present at the ground on Saturday, and in full voice sounded like an even larger crowd.
“It’s hard to play without fans,” Placheta added. “It’s our work and our passion to play with so many people and we hope we will play with more fans in the next games.”