The 28-year-old defender, who nodded home his side's only goal, insisted the Canaries were unfortunate not to claim all three points from their trip to Villa ParkNorwich defender Michael Turner expressed disappointment despite scoring a late equaliser to clinch a point against Aston Villa on Saturday afternoon.
The Canaries fell behind to a Christian Benteke goal in the first half but were handed a lifeline when Joseph Bennett saw red for the hosts for two yellow cards.
But, despite having nodded home to steal a share of the points, Turner felt his side had deserved even more from the game.
"We applied lots and lots of pressure throughout the whole game," he told Sky Sports.
"We felt comfortable throughout the whole game but made on mistake for their goal, which was disappointing but after that, I think we dominated the whole game.
"We're disappointed that we didn't pick up all three points. Their goal come in from a cross and maybe I should have got over.
"It's obviously disappointing from our point of view because that's pretty much the only thing that they've created. The team showed great character to go on and get something from the game."
Chris Hughton's side came into the game off the back of a 1-0 win over Arsenal, and Turner expressed his belief that the East Anglian outfit's season is finally starting to get going.
"Last week was a massive win for us and we came here with a lot of confidence and I think we showed that throughout the whole game," he added.
"I think we can take that forward to the next game and so forth and I think we're going to have a good season."
Wes Hoolahan, who played an instrumental role for the visitors at Villa Park, also echoed Turner's sentiments over the result.
He said: "There's been two good saves from the goalkeeper and I probably should have finished them, but we've created several chances and apart from the goal we dominated it and we were unlucky not to get the three points.
"Every game we go into we want to win and we just want to perform well and I think today we played very well. We created loads of chances and should have got the three points."