The Canaries battled to a goalless draw at QPR, where Holt again had few chances to add to his four goals.
However, the veteran former Shrewsbury frontman - who helped spearhead Norwich's meteoric rise from npower League One back up to the Barclays Premier League - is content to put a shift in for the greater good as Chris Hughton's squad look to steer clear of being dragged into the relegation dogfight.
"Everyone is aware I have to adapt the way I have played this year with the new manager and maybe not getting as many chances as I like, but you have to get on with it," said Holt, whose 17 goals last season had brought calls for a place in the England squad.
"It is never about me, or how many goals I score, it's what I do for the team.
"You have to do a job which the manager and the team is asking you to do, it is a lot more isolated than I want, but you get on with it.
"The lads know what I do for the team and I am happy with that."