Goals will come - Hughton
Chris Hughton picked the positives from his Norwich side's narrow 1-0 defeat against his former club Newcastle on Sunday.
The Canaries' chief, back on Tyneside where he guided the Magpies to promotion back to the Premier League via the Championship title in 2010 before being harshly sacked the following season, watched as Demba Ba scored the only goal of the encounter.
It leaves Hughton without a win in his opening five games since taking over from Paul Lambert in the summer, but he witnessed enough in the performance to suggest more goals and points are on the horizon for his players.
"We knew we were going to come up against a Newcastle team that has great quality, so there is probably a bit of frustration that we conceded the goal we did," he told Sky Sports.
"But we stuck in there, showed a lot of spirit and determination, and we looked to create opportunities ourselves.
"That has probably been our problem. The way that we have been playing and the determination that we have shown has been good, and every game apart from the first one of the season has been tight.
"It is just our work in the final third and having that little bit of fortune, and possibly we need a penalty to go our way or a deflected goal or an OG.
"We are certainly playing the right way, pushing teams and trying to get those elusive goals, and I am sure that if we keep playing the same way they will come."