Gabriel Sara knows he's had a disappointing few months by his own high standards, but is doing everything he can to improve his output at Norwich City.

The Brazilian ended a three-month barren period in front of goal with strikes in consecutive wins over Watford and Cardiff, but had struggled to find consistency after a red hot start to the Championship season.

He's well aware of the need to improve on those performances, but has assured fans he's doing everything he can as he hits the goal trail once again.

"I'm really trying to find a way to improve my game," he said. "I know I'm not playing my best. I have been demanding more from myself for a while, I know I have to do much more to help this team.

"I watched my game against Watford again unfortunately, because for me it was a terrible game. But this is how we learn, right? 

"We watch the game, we take a look at where we have to be better, and the next game is an opportunity to be better."

The Canaries have also improved significantly as a team, after a terrible autumn run led to a large portion of fans turning on head coach David Wagner.

Sara believes they've found their way out of that difficult period and are close to reaching their full potential, however, after a run since the new year that's left them outside the play-off places on goal difference alone.

"Our team is finding our way, finding our football," he continued. "You can see in the last games that we are improving a lot as a team, as a unit, not just individuals.

"I think now is our best moment in the season, to be fair. We're getting more confident, sticking together, enjoying our opportunities. We can be there.

"Definitely [we think we're good enough for the Premier League]. We wouldn't be here if not. It's our dream, our target, and we are searching for that."