Paddy Davitt: Norwich City player ratings after a 0-0 Championship draw against Sheffield Wednesday

Timm Klose and Alex Tettey were stand outs for Norwich City. Picture by Sean Dempsey/Focus Images Lt

Timm Klose and Alex Tettey were stand outs for Norwich City. Picture by Sean Dempsey/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Sean Dempsey/Focus Images Ltd

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries' frustrating 0-0 Championship deadlock against Sheffield Wednesday

City fans have been voting since the final whistle and this is Paddy's verdict on Alex Neil's troops.

• John Ruddy

Injury exit prior to half-time with a groin problem. Barely tested. 6.0

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• Ivo Pinto

Suffered more than most with the Owls' suffocating tactics. 6.5

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• Ryan Bennett

Picked up a booking but good tussle with the towering Lucas Joao. 6.5

• Timm Klose

Took responsibility to nullify Gary Hooper and later Steven Fletcher. 7.0

• Martin Olsson

Major concern now after a second consecutive early departure with a hamstring injury. 5.5

• Jonny Howson

Offered nothing in an attacking sense. Strangely subdued. 6.0

• Alex Tettey

Broke up play to good effect in the first period. Tougher shift after the interval. 6.5

• Wes Hoolahan

Well-patrolled by the Owls' backline. Thwart Hoolahan and you disrupt City's attacking urges. 6.0

• Steven Naismith

Took too long in the first half on a rare occasion City unpicked the lock. 6.0

• Robbie Brady

Hit the front man too often on a series of free kicks and corners but a welcome return. 6.0

• Cameron Jerome

Little or no service but no change out of the Owls' central defence. 6.0

City substitutes

• Josh Murphy 6.0

(for Martin Olsson, 34)

• Michael McGovern 6.5

(for John Ruddy, 45)

• Youssouf Mulumbu 6.5

(for Cameron Jerome, 73)

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