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Millwall striker Steve Morison has underlined his desire to move to Barclays Premier League newboys Norwich after the Lions turned down "a couple of bids" for his services.

The 27-year-old Wales international had a written transfer request rejected on Friday after the Canaries' interest emerged.

"Norwich have made a couple of bids that have been turned down so I've done what I've done," Morison told BBC Sport.

"The Premier League is where everyone wants to play and I want to try to take it if they [Millwall] let me.

"I have put in a transfer request and we'll see what happens, it is out of my hands now."

Norwich boss Paul Lambert is determined to enhance his striking options ahead of next season having already signed former England Under-21 international James Vaughan from Everton for a fee that could rise to £2.5million.

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