Norwich City boss Chris Hughton is delighted with Robert Snodgrass' influence on their attacking play.

Reading manager Nigel Adkins claimed in his post-match interview more than 90 per cent of Norwich's goals this season have originated from crosses, and Hughton insists the ability is all in the quality from the likes of Snodgrass.

"Robert is a very good player, but he has great delivery," he said. "I thought his delivery from corners was excellent (against Reading) and we had probably had three or four excellent chances just from set pieces. We got bodies into the box so there was certainly no lack of endeavour."