Boss focused on Canaries
Paul Lambert has hinted that he will be staying at Norwich this summer by targeting another good season at Carrow Road next term.
The Canaries chief has been heavily linked with a move away this summer and is again the favourite to become Aston Villa's new boss after Molde coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ruled himself out of the running last week. However, it appears that Lambert is fully focused on Norwich after dismissing talk that he will be happy with a 17th-placed finish in the Premier League in their second season. The Scot, who guided the team to a very impressive 12th spot last term, said: "The chairman has said if we finish 17th next season it will be an incredible achievement, but for me, I don't want to finish 17th. "My own target is different, but I know what the club are meaning by that. I have my own targets and I want to finish as high up the league as I can.'" He added on Sky Sports: "If I put targets on certain things the fans will come here and expect, and if we are not in the top half they will be calling for my head, so as long as we stay in the league that is the most important thing."