Today's 3-2 home defeat at the hands of Liverpool has left the Canaries just two points above the relegation zone and with their three remaining fixtures against Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, many have tipped the Canaries to go down.
However, despite the loss to the title-chasing Merseysiders, Adams has claimed that his team "are 100% committed to staying in the division".
"First half was not good enough, Liverpool are a top side but we were off the pace. Second half was a great effort, I couldn't ask for any more of the players and hopefully that will give them belief going into the final three games," he told BBC Sport.
"We have to get more points, the performances in the past two games have been first class, but we have to get the points. The belief is there and we are 100% committed to staying in the division."
Norwich have lost six of their previous eight outings, winning just once during that time.