Norwich boss Paul Lambert felt the 3-3 draw with Arsenal was his side's best display of what has been a fine campaign back in the top flight.
After falling behind to Yossi Benayoun's goal in the first minute, the Canaries fought back to lead at half-time through Wes Hoolahan and Grant Holt.
But two Robin Van Persie's goal appeared to put the Gunners in the ascendancy, until substitute Steve Morison's late leveller.
Lambert said: "The football we played was as good as any in my time. I thought we surpassed the win at Spurs, we were brilliant.
"But we do not know any other way to go out and play, we might get turned over at times, but we will always try to win.
"The team performance was first class. We certainly deserved something."