Norwich in Wolves star link
Norwich have been linked with a cut-price move for unsettled Wolves defender Roger Johnson.
The 29-year-old has endured a torrid year at Molineux since his £5million move from Midlands rivals Birmingham last summer.
He was immediately installed as club captain by then boss Mick McCarthy but struggled for form in a side that was eventually relegated.
Johnson also had problems off the field and was stripped of the captaincy when he turned up for training showing the affects of alcohol in March.
Relationships between team-mates and supporters also became strained, with the final straw appearing to be against Wigan on Saturday, when he was booed by his own fans.
Wanderers are facing a £30million shortfall following relegation and with Johnson's £40,000 a week contract not containing a relegation clause, the club will be desperate to offload him as soon as possible.
Sheffield Wednesday were linked with a move for Johnson with their boss Dave Jones familiar with the stopper from their time together at Cardiff.
However, Paul Lambert's Norwich have also emerged as contenders, with the Canaries having the advantage of being able to offer Premier League football.
They will also be aware of Wolves' desperation to get Johnson off their books so are likely to push for a cut-price deal in order to take him off their hands.