Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored each goals because the Gunners twice came from on the support of to shut away from Carrow Avenue with a level on Sunday afternoon.
"Maybe that point I can say [something] negative, but the rest was nearly everything positive".
Along with his job as England manager, Eriksson worked in the United Kingdom with both Manchester City and Leicester, and Ljungberg says the experienced coach is another person he is keen on consulting.
Unai Emery was sacked as Arsenal manager after seven games without a win in all competitions that had seen the Gunners fall well off the pace in the race for a top-four finish.
He then said that a "suit would've show proudness that he took the job", before saying he didn't think the Swede is the "the right man". "I think Norwich will be disappointed [with a draw] not Arsenal".
'We had problems on the transition when we had possession, so that is something we have to work on and not get countered on in those ways.
Just as Arsenal were beginning to get on top, they were again cut open easily as Onel Hernandez's cut-back was passed into the far corner by Cantwell to give Norwich a half-time lead.
"We started extremely well, I thought we dominated it totally and found pockets and created chances. I don't have any comments to say regarding that topic".
"It's normal in football, especially when you are at a big club, this pressure, so it's completely human what has happened with Granit but I hope for him, and for Arsenal, that they are going to find a good solution".
"When it comes to the Emirates, the fans want us to win football games and they want us to play good football".
"By that - and I am obviously speaking as an ex-defender here - I mean a realisation by the players of what is required when they are not in possession, and also a willingness to actually go and do it too".