The result has seen Norwich extend their winless run in the league to three matches, but Adams is refusing to panic about their recent slump in form.
"We're not picking up victories and that's the concern for me. We had 63% possession which is massive away from home but in terms of creating genuine goal scoring opportunities, that didn't materialise," he told BBC Sport.
"In terms of the performance and the way we're dominating the ball, it's fine."
Norwich are back in Championship action on Tuesday when they welcome Leeds United to Carrow Road.