In principle, yes. As explained above, normozoospermia means normal sperm, which is considered the ideal scenario to conceive according to the WHO's guidelines.
A man with good sperm quality is someone whose sperm are able to travel through the female reproductive tract and reach the egg.
In spite of that, it is possible for sperm to carry DNA abnormalities that cannot be detected through a basic semen analysis. In that case, in spite of being normozoospermic, fertilization or implantation failure could take place.