Norwich City boss Chris Hughton knows they need to start picking up points after their thrashing by Liverpool.

With Chelsea and Arsenal next up, the Canaries are in serious danger of slipping to the foot of the table, and Hughton, who replaced Paul Lambert as manager this summer, has warned his team they must perform better if they are to get out of the relegation zone.

"You obviously are concerned the longer it goes on, but you have to get a response and you have to demand that from the players, irrespective of where the next game is or who it is against," Hughton said.

"This season is not over. It's not about six, seven or eight games, it's about a season's worth of games.

"We need to make sure we are picking up the points and the sooner the better for us."