Canaries ace feeling isolated
Norwich captain Grant Holt accepts he has become "isolated" in attack this season, but will roll up his sleeves and get on with it.
"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."
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.