"Of course we're in [a relegation battle], we know that, but the two games we're capable of getting something - albeit it's hard to say that after the second-half performance today," Adams told Sky Sports News.
"The last two games, we've got to believe in ourselves and give everything we've got. Overall, today's performance wasn't good enough, it wasn't what we've produced in the other two games.
"But we're still above the line, there is still two games to go and what we can't do now is beat ourselves up and think we're in big trouble."
Norwich round off their season with games against Chelsea and Arsenal.