David Wagner delivered his verdict on the key talking points from Norwich City's dramatic 2-1 stoppage time comeback win against Bristol City in the Championship.

Super-sub Adam Idah slotted coolly past Max O'Leary in the 95th minute to spark jubilant scenes led by Wagner, who raced down the touchline and onto the Ashton Gate pitch to celebrate with the Irishman.

George Tanner turned in Dimi Giannoulis' cross early in the second half to cancel out Jason Knight's opener.

Wagner spoke to the media on Sunday afternoon after his side's third win in four.

"(Can you explain the touchline burst to join in with celebrations?) Nothing was going through my head because if something had gone through my head I wouldn’t have done it.

"We are all together, we are tight, and if we make a winner like this you can see what it means. At half-time I said to the boys, ‘Okay we are 1-0 down but we had our opportunities. If we keep a clean sheet second half I believe we will have every chance to win’, because we know we are capable of scoring goals.

"(Does it release the pressure on you and your position?) To be totally honest for the last six weeks, and I get the questions, it has been about me. It is not about me and I don’t want to answer further questions about me or my future. I said even in the losing period this dressing room is full of good characters and I trust and believe in them. We came from behind at Cardiff as well.

"It wasn’t only about me. This win was for all of us and whoever supports Norwich City football club. It is not about me. I’ve said this. We have to make sure we pay credit to the players as well. We came from a period where we had zero points from four games. A very tough period. Now the boys have delivered nine points from 12, and two away wins.

"This was a good reaction, a good moment to show their strength. All these games have been decided by one goal. Now we have to keep going

"(The travelling support) They are with us, always. Win, lose or draw. Especially our away supporters and we were able to give them something to celebrate when they travel back.

"We have to make sure we don’t always live in these extremes - where everything is either not good or great. I know we live in a world now where everyone wants it quicker, faster, better. My job is to calm everyone who I work with, to be focused on your day to day work. Be honest, criticise in the moment they deserve and work on what we can control."