After Norwich City's impressive 4-2 victory over Coventry on Saturday, Connor Southwell delivers six things you may have missed from the CBS Arena.

1 - Positivity

Positivity in football is always difficult to measure or quantify, but it is not in short supply at Norwich City at present. 

After four more goals, three more points and the first back-to-back wins since September, it's easy to see how David Wagner has cultivated such a positive energy in a short period of time. 

Norwich look transformed - tactically, they are re-energised and slick, they look motivationally inspired and the connection is rebuilding. 

For all the chaos that ensued in the opening 26 minutes, Wagner has turned Norwich into a fun side to watch and made those supporters rediscover that love and enjoyment that typifies why watching football is such a special occasion. 

Over 2,700 City supporters packed the away end at the CBS Arena, the drum was leading them in unified chants as they roared their squad forward - the fact so many made the trip from Norfolk shows the current feeling among them. 

Just a matter of weeks ago, the Norwich City world was flat and grey. Now there is colour, optimism and hope. After what has gone before, that feels refreshing and exciting. 

Both on and off the pitch, things feel positive. It is still early days, but Wagner will take plenty of praise for that feeling existing. 

2 - Contrast and compare

For 26 minutes at the CBS Arena, chaos ensued as the game poured with goals and the play resembled somewhat of a basketball match. 

Norwich were 3-0 up in 18 minutes. Coventry then scored twice in six to wrestle it back to 3-2. It was exhausting for most in the stands to follow, let alone those on the pitch. 
But all the control that was lacking in the first half, Norwich managed to find and place in their performance in the second. 

Norwich saw their possession increase from 59pc to 68pc. They had four shots on target and five off target after the interval, compared to three on target and two off target in the first half. 

They restricted Coventry to very little - Mark Robins' side didn't force Tim Krul into a save, failed to have a single shot on target and only completed 99 passes compared to Norwich's 316 after half time. 

They kept the ball with the intention of starving Coventry of it. It was a display that exuded control and dominance, something that has been lacking for the majority of this campaign. 

Wagner proved he was able to deconstruct a game and convey a message that led to an uplift in performance - his decision to swap Dimi Giannoulis for Sam McCallum inspired.

As impressive as Norwich's electric start was, it was the second half that showed this could be the start of something more sustainable. 

3 - Record breaker

This victory means David Wagner has now become the first Norwich City head coach or manager to win their opening two games by four goals or more. 

Perhaps the most impressive thing is the locations these wins have come about - Coventry had only been beaten on three occasions at home prior to this contest. 

Wagner's Norwich have scored as many goals in two matches as Dean Smith's side managed in his final seven in charge of the club.

Players like Kieran Dowell and Onel Hernandez have emerged from the shadows to shine, there is a clear tactical plan and playing philosophy that the German has instilled despite the short period of time he has been holding the reins at Carrow Road.

Norwich have scored 32pc of the away goals amassed under Smith in Wagner's opening two matches, as per the wonderful NCFC Numbers account on social media. 

Wagner has taken a side without creativity or invention and released the shackles. 
There are clever combinations in the opposition half, rotations that cause havoc and players now raising their levels under his stewardship. 

His management of individuals, however that is happening behind the scenes, is having a desired effect on his squad. 

The challenge for City's boss will be maintaining the current levels. 

The Pink Un: Teemu Pukki and Josh Sargent have both scored 10 goals for Norwich City this season.Teemu Pukki and Josh Sargent have both scored 10 goals for Norwich City this season. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Limited)

4 - Potent

Josh Sargent's goal moved the American international level with Teemu Pukki and onto double figures in the Championship. 

It's the first time since the 2016/17 season that Norwich have had two strikers both record ten or more goals. Cameron Jerome, who netted 16, and Nelson Oliveira, who scored 11, were the pair who achieved that six years ago.

Both have had spells spearheading Norwich's frontline but plenty of Sargent's strikes have arrived out of position on the right wing. 

Throughout the EFL, Exeter City are the only club who have two players on 10 plus league goals this season in Jevani Brown and Sam Nombe. 

David Wagner has made it patently clear that, if all options are fit, he wants to play a front two, even if Sargent has occupied a deeper role in Norwich's attacking build-up.

The 22-year-old is playing at the apex of the three and is having a desired impact, as his threaded pass through to Pukki prior to Kieran Dowell's second goal last weekend. 
It also enables him to make later runs in the area - the type of movement that saw him profit for his goal against Coventry. 

The cross, which came from Pukki, means the Finn now has seven assists this season, the joint-highest in the Championship alongside Sheffield United's Iliman Ndiaye. He will be disappointed that he failed to convert after being sent through by Gabriel Sara in the second half.

If Norwich can continue their productivity, then the goals will continue to swell. 

The Pink Un: Norwich City and Coventry City fans came together to remember young Canaries fan Amber Sheehy.Norwich City and Coventry City fans came together to remember young Canaries fan Amber Sheehy. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Limited)

5 - Amber's Army

It was the most emotional moment of the afternoon as everyone inside the CBS Arena raised to their feet to commemorate the life of young Norwich City Amber Sheehy.

The eight-year-old passed away last week just an hour before her ninth birthday after an intense four-year battle with an incurable tumour. She was named as the club's Fan of the Season last year. 

Her bravery was inspirational. Her parents and brother made the trip to Coventry on Saturday to partake in the moment's applause. It was an eye-watering moment for everyone in attendance. 

After the win, Tim Krul gathered Norwich's players together with a shirt that read 'Amber Army's' above the number eight, before posing for a picture in front of the jubilant away end. 

That shirt was then presented to Amber's parents, with members of City's squad going over and sending their condolences. It was a reminder of the power of football and the force of good it can be for communities.

Coventry City and their supporters deserve praise for the role they played in helping make it a special day for Amber's family in an incredibly difficult period of their life.

For the rest of the season, Norwich will be Amber's Army. If they can take inspiration from her strength and courage, then those elements will serve them well in their quest for Championship promotion.

The Pink Un: David Wagner has made an impressive start at Norwich City.David Wagner has made an impressive start at Norwich City. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Limited)

6 - Litmus test awaits

Norwich City's Championship campaign will now pause for a week after Birmingham's FA Cup third-round progress saw that scheduled game rearranged.

It will afford David Wagner and his squad some valuable time on the training pitch to further implement his ideas and polish their performances in the last two matches before welcoming pacesetters Burnley to Carrow Road in a fortnight.

That will serve as somewhat of a litmus test given the ease with which Norwich swatted Preston and Coventry away in his opening two matches in charge. 

Vincent Kompany's men are currently on a nine-game winning run after coming from behind to beat in-form West Brom on Friday night and travel to Suffolk to face Ipswich in the FA Cup next weekend. 

If Wagner's side can turn in another impressive performance and back it up with a third consecutive win, that will send a real message of intent to their Championship rivals.

It will serve as an opportunity to mark Norwich's progress under the German - but it is also a game that many of a yellow and green persuasion will be relishing. 

The break may well feel like an eternity, but Norwich will need to make the most of the coaching time available.