The Canaries head to Everton on Saturday bottom of the table without a point following five straight league defeats on the back of a 3-1 home loss against fellow promoted side Watford, after which the players were booed off.
“There is always pressure on this level," said Farke. “Of course we have credit in the bank, that is also definitely for sure.
“It is a different situation to four years ago where no-one knew you – now you have proven you can win trophies and can do good things.
“It is also quite quick that a bit of negativity comes back, but that is also quite normal for human beings.
“Our supporters were not unbelievably happy after the Watford game, were booing a little bit – and if you judge it in a level way, you would expect this a little bit.
“There is a bit of negativity perhaps from the national media because they do not know really exactly each and everything about where we are coming from or the fixture list.
“They just watch the table, with nil points, and say 'okay we have to criticise a bit'."
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