There is a danger of course, that Saturday's victory over Crystal Palace might paper over the cracks of City's performance as far as some people are concerned.
But only a small danger mind, seeing as surely only a fool could ignore the blindingly obvious fact that the Canaries were struggling desperately at the weekend, and all set, it seemed, for a point at best?
Give the team their dues, they kept grinding away and were rewarded for their efforts when David Strihavka came off the bench and headed City to victory, but it doesn't take a coaching genius to figure that it's going to have to be much better tomorrow night/tonight, as well as at Molineux on Saturday if Norwich are to maintain their winning ways.
City boss Peter Grant was honest enough – when is he ever not? – to admit that his side looked very nervous at the weekend, and in such circumstances it's nigh on an impossible task to be able to get the ball down on the floor and produce beautiful free-flowing football in the manner that everyone outside of Norfolk seems to assume will always be the case with teams here at Norwich.
The ball assumes the role of the proverbial hot potato, and it doesn't take long for a situation to develop when no-one really wants it – or can't wait to get rid of it when they do have it.
But, as I wrote in this column after Saturday's game, how the Canaries have allowed themselves to get to a situation whereby they clearly are so anxious, tense and edgy at the minute considering the wealth of experience within the side is anyone's guess…
When such a mind-set is present in a side, you can forget all about tactics, formations and game-plans for starters because they'll soon fly out of the window once a realisation dawns that the team has a battle on its hands just to master the basics.
And in such cases the only thing that will you see you through to what will, hopefully, be a relatively short journey to better times is sheer hard work.
Thankfully that is a quality that the Canaries do have in abundance. But be warned, it only takes you so far and won't carry you forever – you have to play to your capabilities sooner or later.
It seems that the biggest decision for Grant tomorrow night is whether to hand a starting role to Saturday's saviour Strihavka or continue with Chris Brown in attack.
Brown has done everything that has been asked of him since he cemented his place in the side, but unfortunately without ever looking likely to score and there will always come a point for any manager when he has to fundamentally think of who is going to get him goals and make a decision accordingly – no matter how well someone might be playing in his forward line.
Strihavka looked ready for action when he came on at the weekend, and, of course, he grabbed a priceless goal.
Darren Huckerby will also be hoping to return to his usual menacing best at The Valley, after looking like a player who has missed an entire pre-season and therefore lacking in match sharpness against Crystal Palace, as will Jamie Cureton who for the first time since his return to Carrow Road forgot to bring his shooting boots on Saturday.
It'll be a big test for the Canaries tomorrow night, without a doubt, and we can only hope that the apprehension that was unmistakably apparent in City's performance at Carrow Road on Saturday can quickly be confined to the memory bank.