The Canaries have only won one top flight game in 2013 but the winger, who set up two goals in the 2-2 tie with Swansea, is happy to keep drawing as long as they stay upNorwich winger Elliott Bennett is unconcerned by the Canaries' lack of victories in recent months and insists that Premier League survival is all that matters to Chris Hughton's team.
Luke Moore's late equaliser denied the 14th-placed club a victory at Carrow Road on Saturday after Bennett had set up goals for Robert Snodgrass and Michael Turner to help his team to a 2-1 lead.
Norwich have only won once since the turn of the year but the former Brighton midfielder claims he would happily draw all 38 games in a season if it delivered top-flight safety.
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"If we draw six of six, we're on 41 points - it's all about Premier League survival, it's not about how many games you win.
"Of course we want to win, and the fans want to win, but if we stayed up drawing 38 games in a season, drawing away at Man City and Man Utd, we'd take it.
"For this football club it's about staying in the Premier League this season and then building on that."
Bennett admitted that he did not know how many points Norwich would need to survive the drop given the unpredictable nature of the teams below them in the table.
"I haven't got a clue [how many points will be needed] in this league," he said.
"There's a lot of teams on a similar amount of points, and Wigan have two games in hand [they have since drawn 1-1 with QPR] and everyone knows what they're like, they're notorious in that at the end of the season they just keep winning.
"We haven't got games in hand but we've got points on the board, and I think at this stage of the season that's what you want.
"We have to concentrate on our own game and make sure we pick up enough points for survival."
Norwich fell behind to a Michu goal in the first half on Saturday afternoon and the home supporters made their frustrations known with chants of 'Hughton, sort it out' before Snodgrass' equaliser.
"You can sense [frustration] in the crowd a little bit but we were all saying too each other in the first half, 'don't listen to the crowd, just stick to our game plan and we'll be fine' and we did that and put things right," defender Turner commented.
"I was pleased with the way we stuck together in a trying time at the end of the first half when it was backs to the wall a bit - we got ourselves level and performed better in the second half."