The Norwich stars took to Twitter after a 2-2 draw with West Ham.
Naturally, there was disappointment at Carrow Road as Norwich blew a two-goal lead against West Ham.
But O'Neil was still pleased to end a tough week for him personally outside of the Premier League's bottom three.
He was also delighted to get the fans onside against the Hammers, despite the late collapse.
Tough week for me personally. But maybe we finish it outside of the bottoms 3? #positivity— Gary O'Neil (@Gazoneil) February 13, 2016
Much better performance.. Extremely tough result to take. Performance got fans on side which really helped! We stick in there and fight on!— Gary O'Neil (@Gazoneil) February 13, 2016
However, he is looking forward to the Norwich team sticking together and fighting to the end.
Same mistakes again keep costing us. We have to all stick together and keep fighting till the end. still a lot of points to play got #ncfc— cameron jerome (@camjerome33) February 13, 2016
A big boost for Norwich after their draw with West Ham was seeing Newcastle United humiliated 5-1 by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
If the Canaries can just keep themselves above Newcastle, survival is certainly a possibility - especially if more teams get drawn into the dogfight from above.