Norwich City defender Sean Raggett has expressed his excitement about the future plans that have been put in place at the club.
The promising centre-back joined the Canaries in the summer transfer window from Lincoln City, where he has now returned on a loan deal until the January window comes about.
Norwich were more than willing to pay the full extent of Raggett’s £350,000 release clause, and also looked to temporarily ensure that the defender played on a regular basis, therefore allowing the Imps to retain his services until the turn of the year.
Raggett has been discussing why he joined Norwich, and was enthusiastic when discussing his plans for the future with the club.
As quoted by the Eastern Daily Press, Raggett said:
When I spoke to Norwich I got a really good vibe. They had a clear plan for me, they showed exactly what they want from me, how they can improve me, where they see the club and me going, and I was just really impressed with the whole set-up and their plan for me.
Daniel Farke’s men will be hoping to turn around their poor, early season form after the international break, and the German is set to have Raggett at his disposal from January onwards.
I’m 23 so I’m looking to improve all the areas of my game, even the ones I would consider my strengths.