Norwich City captain Ivo Pinto says that he is in no rush to sort out his Norwich City future, according to EDP24.
Pinto scored a late equaliser away at the Stadium of Light against Sunderland and has said that the priority is to finish the season on a high note.
He has added to this and said his long term future is not a priority at the moment, as he approaches the final year of his current contract at Carrow Road.
He signed for the Canaries from Dinamo Zagreb in 2016 and has become a fans’ favourite.
Pinto has also given support for manager Daniel Farke and has said he is on the right track to guide Norwich City back to the Premier League.
In a recent interview (via EDP24):
My priority is to help the team to become better.
At the moment I am just focused on helping the team and the club.
Everybody knows I am a happy man here. I have a special relationship with Norwich. I have one year left so no time to rush.
We still have chances to continue building this new chapter at Norwich and if we do that in a good way then it shows the new season can be better for the club.
So as Pinto enters the final year of his contract, he is feeling confident about the Canaries’ chances of climbing higher up the table under Farke and will sort out his future then.