After going through a fantastic patch during the month of November, it has been just three victories in the last two months for Norwich city. Yet, the manager Chris Hughton has said that he is extremely delighted to come away with just a point in the match against relegation threatened QPR during the weekend.

Norwich were taking on bottom of the table QPR during the weekend hoping to finally get the first win after many matches. However, they could not score any goals and the match ended in a 0-0 draw. This means that Norwich now have not managed a single victory in the last five matches of all competitions.

Despite this, their league position of 14th means that the club is comfortable for the time being. They were coming up against a QPR team that had spent big during the January transfer window. The club had brought in players at a total cost of more than £ 20 million, but they were unable to make an impact. Norwich were still able to come away with a point and a clean sheet from this away fixture. Hughton has said that the club are once again in a bad run of form, but he is hoping that it comes to an end soon.

“Unfortunately for Mark he has been in a period when our form has dipped and we have had a couple of big ones, Man City where we conceded four and five at Liverpool. I think his overall game has been good. We certainly needed him here. From our point of view the penalty is a good save from Bunny. I haven’t seen the incident again but no complaints from us. Fortunately for us we have got a keeper who guessed the right way,” said Hughton, whose team will have a home match against Fulham next weekend.