Canaries manager Neil Adams has praised Keiren Westwood following the 0-0 draw at Hillsborough.
After the interval, the visitors – who are amongst the favourites for promotion – turned the screw and came within inches of breaking the deadlock.
But there was no way past in-form Westwood, who pulled off three outstanding saves after the break; two from Cameron Jerome and one from Nathan Redmond.
Having also denied Lewis Grabban in the first half, Adams said:
“If we continue to play like that, I can’t be concerned. Of course we want to win games, but we know we’ll win games if we carry on playing like that.
“Previous times we’ve been bemoaning a lack of creation or accurate shooting – today, if their keeper is not Man of the Match, I’ll be very surprised.
“The one from Cameron Jerome was outstanding, and the one from the free-kick – it was as good as in, I thought it was past him.
“He did what all good keepers do though, and he’s reached for it and made a fantastic save."