Sky Bet Championship: Norwich City 2 Leeds United 1

LEEDS United boss Paul Heckingbottom was disappointed with his side's performance in this Sky Bet Championship clash, especially after the break.

"I didn't enjoy the game at all," he said.

"We said beforehand that what with all that was going on we didn't want it to be like a testimonial - but that's what it felt like.

"Both sides spent a lot of time playing in front of each other and there was not a lot of fire on show. The referee didn't help either by blowing his whistle all the time.

"I thought the game was there for the taking and we did okay in the first half and got a good goal - but then we were guilty of bad game management by letting them back into it just before half-time with a deflected shot.

"We had the momentum with us at that stage - but it changed in the second half.

"You need character and drive in your side to come through games like this - but that is something the team are lacking as a group.

"I am sure the stats will show we had plenty of possession - but I don't think we won enough of the 50/50 battles out there.

"It's something I need to address and the hard work starts now."

However, Norwich manager Daniel Farke was delighted to see Wes Hoolahan sign off at Carrow Road in memorable fashion as the Canaries rounded off an indifferent home campaign.

Hoolahan took centre stage in his final home appearance for the club by scoring Norwich's first goal before setting up what proved to the winner for Josh Murphy.

Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips had threaten to spoil the party by firing his side in front in the 39th minute with a spectacular strike, but Hoolahan provided a swift response with a long-range shot that took a big deflection off Pontus Jansson, levelling matters just before the break.

The effort was on target before the defender's intervention so it was the Irishman's goal, and he followed up his first league strike of the season by squaring the ball to Murphy for Norwich's second in the 69th minute.

"If I had a paint a picture of how Wes' career for Norwich would finish that would have been it," said the Norwich boss.

"He scored a goal, got an assist and put in an excellent performance, and of course we won the game, which I know was his main target.

"He went out there and showed, at nearly 36, that he could still have a big influence on a Championship game - it's not just the ability, it's the passion as well.

"It was a very emotional moment when we took him off near the end. The players all came over to wish him well, the crowd were on their feet, and I can tell you a few tears were shed.

"In fact it has been emotional all week - and it was still like that when I left the dressing room.

"I am sure it is a day Wes will never forget. He has had a great career at Norwich City - and for his final game to be like this was well deserved."

Hoolahan has yet to decide on his next career move, but Farke expects him to keep on playing.

"I always tell players to carry on as long as they can, providing they can still perform at a good level," he said.

"Wes can certainly do that and he is also in really good shape. He is now going to spend some time with his family but I sure he will playing somewhere next season."