Striker keen on City exit
Norwich striker James Vaughan has expressed his desire to turn his loan stay with Huddersfield Town into a permanent move.
Vaughan joined the Championship new boys in a season-long deal in the summer, after finding himself down the pecking order in Chris Hughton's plans following his appointment as Paul Lambert's successor. Hughton has already claimed that the 24-year-old could still have a future at Carrow Road during an interview last month, but Vaughan is enjoying himself so much in West Yorkshire that he wouldn't be against the idea of staying with the Terriers for good. The former Everton frontman has netted three times so far this term and has turned in a series of eye-catching displays for Simon Grayson's team aftter previously enduring an injury-hit year in Norfolk. He told the Huddersfield Examiner: "When I came to Huddersfield I wasn't wanted at Norwich. I'm enjoying my time here and if the chance came up to stay then I'd definitely look into it." Vaughan made just one start for the Canaries last season in the 2-0 defeat at Blackburn last April after missing most of the campaign following knee ligament surgery.