Cardiff manager Dave Jones thought a draw was a fair reflection of the game after Norwich fought back to claim a 1-1 result at Carrow Road.
Jon Parkin looked to have netted the winner on his Cardiff debut until Russell Martin equalised deep into stoppage time to earn a share of the spoils for the Canaries.
Jones said: "Obviously it's very frustrating to concede a goal right at the end especially when their lad hasn't really connected with it properly. I didn't actually think it was a goal at first but overall it was probably a fair result on the day."
He added: "This is a very difficult place to come to and we've had to defend for long periods but I don't think they created too many chances.
"We probably had the better opportunities from our counter-attacks but we didn't take any of them and in the end it has cost us.
"Our fans were superb. It's a long, long way to come and I think in return they have seen a solid performance from their side.
"We have now taken four points from a side who are up there at the moment and if we did that with all our opponents I'd certainly be more than happy with that."
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