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Paul Lambert won't rule out more additions this summer, despite the Norwich boss being pleased with his business so far during the transfer window.

Lambert has been one of the busiest managers in the Barcalys Premier League, making six signings as he prepares for life in the top-flight after winning promotion last season.

The Canaries took to the field for a pre-season game against local team Gorleston and Lambert watched on as five of those six new players helped Norwich to a 7-0 victory.

The likes of James Vaughan, Steve Morison and Bradley Johnson were all given their debuts in a Norwich shirt but newest addition Andy Pilkington missed out on selection for the friendly.

Despite the batch of new faces at Carrow Road, Lambert has admitted that he will constantly be on the lookout for more additions prior to their season opener against Wigan Athletic.




 

 

He did however, declare that he was delighted with his squad and would have no worries if he failed to bring in any new faces before the transfer window closes.

Speaking to Sky Sports Lambert said: "I don't think you ever stop looking. I think I said that the other day that we had to try and keep improving but the squad I've got at the minute, I'm delighted with.”

Lambert also admitted that there were no players on his radar at the moment. When asked if he had cited a seventh addition he said: "Not at the minute, we're still looking at different avenues we can try and explore but the squad at the minute I'm delighted with."

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