Norwich City boss Glenn Roeder felt that his side were well worth their first victory of the season, a 2-1 triumph at Plymouth Argyle.
Goals from Arturo Lupoli and Antoine Sibierski proved to be enough for the Canaries to secure all three points at Home Park and Roeder believed his side should have won more comfortably.
He said: "We can play a lot better and we have let Plymouth Argyle off very lightly. I don't think Paul Sturrock would have any complaints if we had beaten them by more.
"We hit the woodwork three times and missed other opportunities and our play was not anywhere near as good as it was against Birmingham two weeks ago.
"But sometimes a break works in your favour and sometimes it doesn't and I thought we looked a lacked a little bit of cohesion at times.
"We are much better than that and our standards are much higher, but the positives are that is our first win and it's been too long coming."