Boss hails Canaries hitman's return
Paul Lambert admitted his only crumb of comfort from Norwich's 2-0 defeat at Blackburn was the return of James Vaughan from injury.
The Canaries' chief watched as his side slipped to defeat at Ewood Park as Rovers boosted their Premier League survival mission by securing three points on Saturday.
However, Vaughan's 60-minute run-out after a season which has been blighted by injury problems was a boost for Lambert, who now hopes the summer signing from Everton can maintain his full fitness going into the summer.
On the 23-year-old, who almost scored when he miscued a shot from Andrew Surman's pull-back before half time, Lambert told the Eastern Daily Press: "Yes, that is the one positive thing to come out of the game.
"To get James back was great and for that spell I thought he did really, really fine. He looked a handful. He has had a terrible period (with injuries) but I hope he can get a nice run now. I hope so. He has had some hard times with injuries. The injuries have been quite harsh on him at certain times, but for him to get back out there and play was the one good thing."