Norwich City’s push against Premier League relegation has taken another positive step this weekend thanks to a 0-0 draw with Wolves.

Norwich had the better chance across a rain lashed 90 minutes but Dean Smith is likely to be happy with a battling point against Wolves.

Neither side eked out much before the break with Jose Sa reacting smartly to keep out Ben Gibson.

Smith’s side did look to ease up the gears in the second 45 but Sa produced a vital stop to frustrate Teemu Pukki.

Wolves struggled to rouse themselves into a late response with Raul Jimenez’s penalty shout their only real opening in the final moments.

Full Time from Carrow Road it’s Norwich City 0 Wolves 0

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