Norwich City manager Neil Adams has revealed where he wants his side to improve ahead of the Championship game against Leeds United tomorrow night.
Adams was left frustrated by Norwich’s lack of creativity in the 1-0 defeat at Fulham, which few would have been expecting and he’s urged his side to put things right against Leeds, still searching for their first win under Darko Milanic.
“We're not picking up victories and that's the concern for me. We had 63% possession which is massive away from home but in terms of creating genuine goal scoring opportunities, that didn't materialise,” Adams told the BBC.
“In terms of the performance and the way we're dominating the ball, it's fine.”
Norwich will be the favourites for the game against Leeds because they have home advantage and a far superior league position.
They’re currently sat in the middle of the play-off places and win could see them go back to joint top of the Championship if other results go their way.
However, Milanic and Leeds will be extremely determined to put a digit in the wins column.
Milanic’s side have endured two defeats and two draws during his time in charge so far and he’ll sense this game as an opportunity for Leeds to release the pressure which is currently building up over the club.
A win for Leeds takes them onto 18 points and moves them closer to the play-off places though it will be difficult as Norwich have scored more goals and conceded fewer this season.
If they’re working on their creative play ahead of the game, the Leeds defence needs to switch on and cover multiple threats across the Norwich attack.