Hill: Ball is in Norwood's court
Barnsley boss Keith Hill says the club have done all they can to persuade Oliver Norwood to join the club.
The Tykes agreed a fee for the Manchester United midfielder earlier this week but Huddersfield and Coventry, with whom Norwood enjoyed a loan spell last season, are also believed to be interested in his services.
"It's up to Oliver now to make his decision and to let us know what he wants to do," Hill told The Star.
"We've gone as far as we can now. We've had some really good chats with him and really sold ourselves and the club.
"Oliver's got to make the right decision for him and his family - and hopefully that decision is to play for Barnsley.
"We've offered good terms within our budget; there isn't any more we could have done."