David Wagner had his say on the key issues around Norwich City's 4-1 Championship win against Cardiff City.

Josh Sargent's brace, Gabby Sara's free kick and Christian Fassnacht's strike sealed a second cosecutive four-goal home win for the play-off chasing Canaries.

Wagner had to run the gauntlet with some of his substitutions in the midweek victory over Watford, but the German head coach, his players and staff were backed from first to last at Carrow Road. 

"It was top class," he said. "So big credit to them. From the first whistle till the end. They backed their team like it should be. They've done it when we conceded. It was top class. I wished, I hoped, to be fair it was what we wanted and I think it was overall a great afternoon for everyone. The guys in the stands, and us on the pitch as well.

"In all departments it was top. We started very well, created opportunities. If we criticise then maybe we were not ruthless enough in the opponent's box, early enough. We continued very calmly, even after we conceded. We didn't give one corner away against one of the best set piece teams in the Championship.

"That was part of our game plan as well, to keep them away from our goal and press them high. Wonderful goals, subs gave an impact like in recent weeks. You can see that this team has a lot of confidence at the minute, and a clear idea how they like to take the ball, and how they like to a defend. I think it was a deserved win.

The head coach spoke to the media on Saturday afternoon at Carrow Road.