Norwich boss Alex Neil says his Canaries should have five more points but have cost themselves with errors and missed chances.
The East Anglian side are in the relegation zone after yet more dropped points against Everton on Saturday, while fellow promoted sides Bournemouth and Watford are faring better.
“The disappointing thing for me is with this squad we should have more points on the board.
“We as a group are more than capable, if we play as well as we can, of putting back-to-back wins together,” he said.
“The one thing I have found in the Premier League is that the margin between success and failure is paper thin.
“There have been a few games when we could and should have won and if you add those five points or so onto our tally everyone sits relatively comfortably and happy with what they have achieved.
“When you cost yourself with errors, or not taking your opportunities, that drops us by five or six points and that makes a world of difference to a team like us.”