Head Coach Jacques pinpointed City goalkeeper Robert Green's contribution as the main reason why Sunday's clash ended goalless at the Lane.
Green produced a string of fine saves to keep out Jermain Defoe and notably Thimothee Atouba but it wasn't one-traffic - Paul Robinson also saved twice from Darren Huckerby while Ledley King somehow blocked Huckerby's goalbound effort after he'd skipped around Robinson.
Jacques reflected: "It is possibly two points dropped but when Huckerby went around Paul Robinson it was possible for Norwich to score and therefore for us to lose the game.
"When a lot of international players are tired after 70, 75 minutes it is also possible to lose the game.
"At the end of the championship we might see it as a point won but I am a little disappointed because the effort of my players wasn't compensated.
"My team had a good game. We have seven or eight good chances to score but Green was the man-of-the-match.
"When we won our last game against Birmingham we only had one or two chances to score whereas this time we had six, seven, eight chances. It was a good performance by Green. He made four or five international saves.
"So overall I am a little disappointed but only with the result."
Jacques Santini admitted to 'a little disappointment' that our efforts against Norwich City went unrewarded.