Lambert reveals special Canaries link
Aston Villa managerial target Paul Lambert has stressed that he is happy with Norwich due to his 'special' relationship with the fans.
The 42-year-old has again been heavily linked with the Villa Park hotseat after it was revealed that Molde coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would not be taking on the job following talks with the club's owner Randy Lerner last weekend. Lambert has attracted the attentions of the Villa board having overseen a remarkable transformation of the Canaries, taking them up from the lower reaches of League One into the Premier League, where they finished 12th this season on a modest budget. Lambert has reacted angrily to questions over his own future but accepts as good as he has it at Carrow Road, the atmosphere could well change should things not go to plan in 2012/2013. "Never once have I not felt wanted here," Lambert said on Sky Sports News. "I have got a really great rapport with the fans here as everybody knows and it's a special thing I think with the fans and myself. "I know how quickly that can turn if you are not getting results but the three years I've been here.... the rapport I have with the fans is really special and a unique thing to get and I love it here, I do."