Marc Tierney called for more of the same after Norwich City's battling display against Everton earned them a vital point in their fight against a quick return to the Championship.
The 26-year-old defender has been ever present for the Canaries so far this season and is bracing himself for a busy schedule over Christmas and New Year of five games in 16 days.
In particular Norwich will be targeting the away ties against struggling Wolves and QPR if they are to avoid the drop in May.
And Tierney believes how his team-mates perform over the next few weeks will either make or break their season as many sides also struggle to cope with the fixtures.
He said: "We will just try to pick up points and if you can do that over Christmas you will find yourselves away from the bottom and that is what we have to do in our first season.
"With the number of games coming up we will have a better idea of where we are, but if we keep attacking we will keep picking up points."