Paddy Davitt: Norwich City player ratings after a 3-1 Championship win against Rotherham United.

Wes Hoolahan was never far from the action in Norwich City's 3-1 Championship win against Rotherham

Wes Hoolahan was never far from the action in Norwich City's 3-1 Championship win against Rotherham United. 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' latest Carrow Road home success against Rotherham United.

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

• Michael McGovern

Concentration the key again at home. Fine low stop from Will Vaulks. Left exposed for Millers' goal. 7.0

• Ivo Pinto

Welcome spirit of adventure in the early stages of the second-half. Weak defensively down his flank for Rotherham's goal. 7.0

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• Russell Martin

Praised, along with Timm Klose, by his manager afterwards for nullifying Danny Ward. Watching brief for most part. 7.0

• Timm Klose

Value to the cause in threatening aerial set piece situations was again evident. Senses danger better than any Norwich defender. 7.5

• Martin Olsson

With City so dominant he could showcase his attacking ambition to the fullest in a one-sided first period. 7.0

• Graham Dorrans

Caught in possession once after the break but no lasting damage. Occupational hazard at times. 7.0

• Alex Tettey

Visible frustration following a wayward shot that sailed high and wide. Not in the team for his finishing but an essential element for his patrolling instincts. 7.0

• Jacob Murphy

By the high standards of his early season work another shift where the final decision was too often the wrong one. Still learning his craft. 6.5

• Wes Hoolahan

Opening goal was the very essence of Hoolahan's impish brand of midfield artistry. Dipping cross for Cameron Jerome to notch the second. Vintage. 8.5

• Alex Pritchard

Fine audition on his full league debut for the club in the absence of both Jonny Howson and Robbie Brady. Sublime nutmeg created the first goal and a joy to watch the interaction with Wes Hoolahan. 8.0

• Cameron Jerome

Faintest of flicks brought his sixth of a productive season. Dallied in the first half when he might have expected to swell his growing goal tally. 7.5

City substitutes

• Josh Murphy 6.5

(for Jacob Murphy, 66)

We saw both sides to the young man's game. Driving run and the most perfect assist for Steven Naismith's goal but weak in the challenge for Rotherham's reply.

• Steven Naismith n/a

(for Alex Pritchard, 78)

• Nelson Oliveira n/a

(for Wes Hoolahan, 90+3)

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