Ruddy had little to do as Norwich drew 0-0 with Reading yesterday, the first time that Norwich have kept a clean sheet for 38 Premier League away matches.
"I'll take that every week," said Ruddy. "You get games where you're super busy and games like this when you're not. The biggest positive we've got from this is, it's a clean sheet away from home, the first since 2004 in the Premier League.
"We've got four this season already and we said in the dressing room, if we keep clean sheets then we will win a lot more games than we draw."
Norwich face Manchester United at home next weekend before Ruddy joins up with the England squad for the friendly against Sweden.