Talk about any pre-match concerns proving unfounded?
They'd certainly not been at their best in recent weeks despite managing to continue putting points on the board, hence the likelihood of more than a few Norwich fans probably sharing my misgivings ahead of City's early kick-off at Cardiff yesterday.
But once again they got the job done.
And it means that it's got to the stage now whereby Norwich have almost earned themselves immunity from any sort of criticism whatsoever.
Now I'm not hiding from the fact that there is still room for improvement with City's displays, but when a team can manage to drag itself away from the relegation quagmire akin to the one that Norwich had placed themselves in not so long ago to within a couple games of the play-off places, you have to hold your hands up and say what more can you ask for?
Whatever it is that's required in order to be successful on any given match-day then you have to say that City certainly have the book opened at the correct page right now, because while there's a million and one reasons why a side fails, it'd be difficult to associate too many of them with the Canaries at present.
Throw in the bit of good fortune that all successful sides need from time to time, and you've got it cracked, and that's certainly what has happening here at Norwich so far since Glenn Roeder took the reins.
At Ninian Park yesterday City took to the pitch with an air of belief that they could get the job done, and how many times have we able to say something like that at an away game in recent seasons?
They then proceeded to move the ball between themselves with real purpose whenever they crossed the half-way line and once again there was a good balanced look to the side too.
The team were disciplined, creative, energetic and committed, and in the first half in particular were better in many departments than their as equally in-form opponents.
And even when the balance of the game changed in an instant when Gavin Rae cancelled out Ched Evans opener with virtually the last kick of the half, it didn't lead to what not so long ago would have surely been an inevitable Norwich collapse.
No, despite the Canaries having to play for long periods of the second half deep inside their own half of the pitch and trying to fend off a determined if not entirely convincing Cardiff onslaught, and also when they were clearly finding it difficult to reproduce the clever, incisive passing approach play that had troubled their hosts in the opening period, they managed to keep their heads and hold out for what was increasingly looking likely to be a creditable away point.
And then Ched Evans went and stuck one in the top corner from way, way out to convert one point into another beautiful three.
And the strangest thing of all is that as delighted as everyone connected with the club would undoubtedly have been at that point, I doubt many would have been overly surprised in all honesty.
Staggered by the quality of Evans' missile-like shot without a doubt, but certainly considerably less so that Norwich had just managed to extend their terrific unbeaten run with another victory rather than just a draw.
That's just how it is at present with City – it just keeps on getting better and better.
And once again we can only marvel at what Glenn Roeder and his team of players have achieved in such a short space of time here at Norwich.
Oh, and no more doubting from hereon in, eh?