I'll build on Lambert's success - Hughton
Norwich manager Chris Hughton will look to further strengthen the squad as he aims to build on the legacy left by Paul Lambert.
The Canaries returned to pre-season training this week with a fresh face at the helm following the departure of Lambert to Aston Villa after what were three hugely successful seasons for the Norfolk club.
Hughton has already moved to bring in former England Under-21 international Jacob Butterfield from Barnsley, as well as ex-Rangers defender Steven Whittaker, although that deal has yet to be formally given international clearance by the Scottish Football Association.
The new Norwich manager also was quick to tie up talisman captain Grant Holt on fresh terms, along with goalkeeper John Ruddy, defender Russell Martin and midfielder Andrew Surman.
"I have to assess what I have here, and it will be my responsibility to certainly try to sustain everything good which we have had, but I would like to add to the squad, because that is natural. I have the funds to be able to do that," Hughton said on BBC Radio Five Live.
"You take the option that you keep everything which is good and just change the voice, or you try to improve the squad you have. We have a responsibility to the club to try to improve the squad and try not to detract too much from what has been good over the past few seasons."