Paddy Davitt: Norwich City player ratings after a 1-0 Championship win against Bristol City

Wes Hoolahan and former Norwich City team mate Gary O'Neil in action during the Canaries' 1-0 Champi

Wes Hoolahan and former Norwich City team mate Gary O'Neil in action during the Canaries' 1-0 Championship win. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries' composed 1-0 victory against Bristol City.

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

• Michael McGovern

Denied the Robins' dangerman Jonathan Kodjia from close range before break. Quiet shift thereafter. 6.5

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• Ivo Pinto

Took a bang early on but made the goal with a trademark burst. 7.0

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• Ryan Bennett

One sloppy pass aside, commanding in the air against some big threats. 7.5

• Timm Klose

Couple of bursts into opposition territory. Solid. 7.5

• Robbie Brady

Good attacking outlet at times but caught out as well defensively. 6.5

• Jonny Howson

Quiet against the Owls. Superb guided finish from Wes Hoolahan's pass. 7.5

• Alex Tettey

Strong, committed, rugged when Bristol tried to up the ante. 7.5

• Josh Murphy

Difficult shift again. Struggling to stamp his mark on the starting XI. 6.0

• Steven Naismith

One or two glimpses of quality but gave the ball away too often as well. 6.5

• Wes Hoolahan

Far more prominent than at the weekend. Set-up the goal. Shot smacked the post late on. 7.0

• Cameron Jerome

Best work came in a defensive sense with his aerial ability. 6.5

City substitutes

• Sergi Canos 6.5

(for Josh Murphy, 60)

• Youssouf Mulumbu n/a

(for Wes Hoolahan, 83)

• Kyle Lafferty n/a

(for Cameron Jerome, 89)

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