Robert Snodgrass was pleased to bounce back from disappointment on his first appearance for Norwich with an impressive home debut.
The Scotland winger, who joined the Canaries from Leeds this summer, was handed a harsh introduction to the Premier League as his new side suffered a 5-0 thrashing at Fulham in their season opener last weekend.
It was a different story on Saturday, however, as 24-year-old Snodgrass contributed a superb showing on his first competitive outing at Carrow Road, setting up Norwich's 11th-minute opener as they drew 1-1 with QPR.
He told the Daily Star: "It was definitely a lot better than the game last week, for me and the team.
"It was great, I absolutely loved every single second of that. It was my first competitive home game for Norwich and so I really wanted to do well.
"After that performance at Fulham it was great to see everybody play so well against a very tough QPR side.
"We can take loads of positives from that performance. We could easily have won it by three or four goals."
Snodgrass is enjoying playing alongside two of his former Leeds team-mates, Jonny Howson and Bradley Johnson, and hopes they can build on Saturday's display.
He said: "It's funny how it has all worked out, with three of the four midfielders here being Leeds old boys.
"But it's a bonus for me. I've played with them both loads of times before, so we know all each other's strengths and weaknesses.
"But to be honest, I already knew most of the Norwich players pretty well too because I've played against them so many times.
"Everybody's working hard and we are enjoying our football. We are young and hungry. Hopefully we can build on this."