Norwich City manager, Neil Adams has insisted that there were lots of things to be positive about, despite losing to Liverpool in a 2-3 thriller on Sunday.
“There are so many positives again to take from that,” he told Norwich City TV after the final whistle.
“We know it`s about results, but in terms of what we`ve done today it was a fantastic performance in the second half.
“The response then was first class. We took the game to a team who is likely to win the title now, and put them right on the back foot.
“We created chances again, like we did last week, and we took one but then we go and concede that third cruel goal that ultimately costs us the game.”
City have now lost four games in a row and have just three games left to save themselves from relegation. That run of games sees them go to Manchester United and Chelsea before a final home game against Arsenal in May – as if you needed reminding.
Adams insists though that City can survive and are up for the fight.
“We believe we can stay up. The performances we`ve seen – the 90 minutes at Fulham and at least 45 minutes today – have shown that we`re more than capable of winning games,” he added.
“We`ve got three tough games coming up, but if we perform like we have done we`ll believe that we can get enough points. People have seen that we`ve got a bit about us and that we`ve got every chance.
“We`ll be back on the training ground as soon as, and we`ll be ready for the game at Manchester United believing that we can go there and get something.”
Come on lads, we believe you can do it.