Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has said that his side's game against Norwich was a difficult one.
The Gunners played out a 1-1 draw against the Canaries on Sunday, with Lewis Grabban and Mesut Ozil on the scoresheet for both sides.
The draw means that Arsenal have not won a single game since their 3-0 win over Swansea City at the end of October.
"That it was a difficult game. We played against a Norwich side that was at the top level physically and focused," Wenger said, reports arsenal.com.
"They were well organised and they played every time with 10 players in their own half, and we were not incisive enough.
"Maybe the turning point of the game was maybe we dropped a little bit after scoring straight away and allowed them back into the game.
"In the second half I felt we had to dig deep to get though as we were a bit jaded and we lost players. Cazorla played on one leg and of course we played Kosicelny at the start of the game so it was, I would say, a fair point for Norwich and it was on the injury front a bad afternoon for us," arsenal.com reports.