His side certainly created the better chances in the first 55 minutes - hitting the woodwork twice and seeing another two efforts cleared off the line.
But we took over in the final half-hour and goals from Robbie Keane and Michael Brown secured the 2-0 victory - our fifth straight success in the Barclays Premiership.
"Everything went well apart from the result," said Worthington. "We will play a lot worse and win and that is how crazy the game is.
"While the players go and play with the attitude they did today, work hard, close them down quickly and create chances, then I am happy."
Other results kept Norwich out of the bottom three and Worthington declared: "We firmly believe we can get the points to stay in this league.
"What we will do is keep playing football. We are not going to resort to any other way which suits anybody else, we will play the way which suits us."
Norwich boss Nigel Worthington felt it 'harsh' that his side came off with a 2-0 loss against us on Boxing Day.