Adam Idah's performances have gone up a notch thanks to a shift in support from Norwich City fans. 

That is the belief of goalkeeper Angus Gunn after Idah netted a dramatic late winner to secure a 2-1 victory away at Bristol City on Sunday. 

With the game entering its final stages, Idah won a foot race with Zak Vyner before coolly slotting the ball past Max O'Leary to send the away end into raptures. It was a winner that came in the 95th minute and ensured Norwich secured their third win in four matches. 

Idah has also cast himself as the hero with late goals in wins over Hull and Cardiff, taking his total amount of goals up to six - only winger Jon Rowe has scored more for Norwich this season. 

No player in the Championship has netted more goals after coming off the bench than Idah and David Wagner has spoken of his qualities being suited to affecting games in their later stages. 

Gunn is adamant that his uplift in performances have been aided by a shift in outlook from fans, who have been more supportive of his efforts this season. 

"I'm delighted for him. In the last couple of weeks, I feel like you've seen a shift in the fans towards him," Gunn told the Pink Un. "They are really getting behind him and pushing him on. That is great as well.

"Every time he has come on for us, he has made a difference. Now, it's about starting games and making that difference there.

"We were speaking at pre-match today and said 'imagine if you come on and score a last minute winner'. It's happened, and hopefully, the fans will all go home happy today. We need to make sure we back it up now."

Idah has cast himself as Norwich's super sub - now it is down to all parties to find a formula that can see him have this success from the off. 

Norwich Evening News: Adam Idah slotted the ball past Max O'Leary for a 95th winner.Adam Idah slotted the ball past Max O'Leary for a 95th winner. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd)

His recent performances have injected City's dressing room with positivity, both for him personally and the group as a collective. 

"From his last few performances off the bench, he can take real confidence. Cardiff as well - I watched that game and he made a massive impact in that," Gunn said. 

"It was probably the biggest reason as to why we came back to win that game, I feel. From the teams point of view, if he is performing like that then it gives everyone else a boost as well."