The Canaries currently sit in the relegation zone with eight points from their first nine matches of the campaign.
The manager told reporters: "You're always looking for plusses and ways in which the team can be motivated. We know our performances haven't been bad, but we haven't had the points to go with our performances. That's the reality.
"Nobody will deny that it's a tough ask but you've got to go there and be delighted by the challenge, and you've got to be excited by it too."
Norwich face Manchester City tomorrow afternoon.