Canaries chief ignoring exit talk
Paul Lambert says he has paid no attention to the rumours linking him with a move away from Carrow Road and is focused on Norwich.
The Scot has done a remarkable job with the Canaries since taking over in 2009, taking them from the bottom of League One back into the top flight.
With limited resources Lambert has managed to secure Norwich's Premier League status this season, further enhancing his managerial credentials.
As a result there has been talk that Lambert could be approached to take over at another club in the summer, with Aston Villa thought to be keen on acquiring his services.
However, Lambert says he hasn't given any time to the rumours and seems intent on staying at Carrow Road for the foreseeable future.
He said: "I have had three unbelievable years at Norwich, really successful years, but we will always keep progressing, we have to.
"We will try everything we can to build it again for next season and keep pushing it on. I don't look too far ahead, I have learnt that pretty quickly."