Canaries chief eyes winning formula
Chris Hughton has admitted he needs to find 'the right formulas' to ensure Norwich can start picking up Premier League wins.
The Canaries boss has witnessed his side concede five goals in two of their opening six Premier League matches this season, including Saturday's 5-2 home defeat to Liverpool, while they have just three points on the board with no victories to date.
A daunting trip to Chelsea is up next at the weekend before Arsenal arrive at Carrow Road the following week and then a first reunion with former boss Paul Lambert's Aston Villa is to come later this month.
Despite the difficult run of games to come in October, Hughton feels he has the strength in depth in his squad to start grinding out results, but he is hoping to find the right balance to achieve their aim.
He told the EDP24: "There is competition for places here, but you are looking for the right formulas.
"If you look at the Liverpool game we have scored two goals and that has been the problem, but you also have to get it right so that you are solid and not in danger of conceding at the other end - which had been the case in the last four games. For whatever reason, we have gone against the trend of that period.
"We will strive on and look to bounce back. We had a similar defeat in the first game of the season and we saw that we got a real good reaction from the lads. We are going to try and have that again."