Norris to remain at Town for the season and beyond?
Will Norris has firmly established himself as first choice keeper at Ipswich Town. The on-loan Wolves man had to start the season as understudy to Tomas Holy but is now firmly first choice, starting the last nine league outings.
Norris, 26, still has a year remaining on his Wolves contract and it has now been confirmed he will be staying with Town for the reminder of the campaign.
After the permanent departure of Bartosz Bialkowski, Paul Lambert will be on the lookout for a permanent addition in the goalkeeper department come the summer. There has been more links with Northampton keeper David Cornell, but could our main target be right under our noses?!
Understandably, any business beyond the summer has been put firmly on the back burner with Town unknown what division they will be competing in. Lambert has already confirmed early discussions have taken place with Cole Skuse, but nothing will be firmed up until closer to the end of the season.
If, and it is still a bug if, Town could gain promotion, a second season at Town would probably look very attractive to Norris. The former Cambridge stopper will be at least third choice at the Premier League club and going into his last year of his contract, will he get a better other than Town?