Norwich midfielder Andrew Surman insists the winless Canaries are undaunted by a tricky run of forthcoming games against four of the Premier League's biggest clubs.
Boss Chris Hughton has yet to taste league victory since replacing Paul Lambert at the Carrow Road helm in the summer.
And some outsiders have questioned whether Norwich will be able to clinch their first success in upcoming matches against Newcastle, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal.
But the Canaries have only lost one of their opening four games, with three straight draws including a credible point at Tottenham.
Surman, 26, remains confident the elusive win will come sooner rather than later and kickstart the East Anglian club's season.
"The performances are there and the positives are there," the ex-England Under 21 international told the Pink Un.
"We are creating chances and we've started keeping clean sheets, so that is a good basis. We just need to take our chances and I'm sure we will be all right.
"We have tough games coming up but people said that before the game at Spurs and they didn't really expect us to get anything from there.
"We will go into every game believing we can win it."