Norwich City finished the 2017/18 Championship season in 14th placed, after finishing 8th last campaign.
The club went through an overhaul last summer, with a host of changes on and off the pitch.
Within this change, Norwich made a number of signings to bolster the squad throughout the season.
We have gone through each signing – excluding the loan signings – and graded them on a A-F basis.
Here are our grades for Norwich’s signings, let us know if you agree or disagree!
Christoph Zimmermann: B+
As far a free signings go in the Championship, you can’t get much better than Zimmermann.
The German defender was superb throughout the season and has been one of Norwich’s most reliable performers.
Grant Hanley: A
A machine at the back for Norwich. Hanley was brought in from Newcastle last summer and finished the season as runner-up to James Maddison in the player of the season voting.
The Scottish international was simply sublime at the back.
Mario Vrancic: C+
After a wobbly start, Vrancic has adapted to the Championship and is looking set for a great second season with the club.
Marco Stiepermann: C
A useful squad player who can play in a number of positions. Stiepermann is a very good option to have in the side.
James Husband: F
Husband was brought in as the first-choice left-back, but was usurped by Marco Stiepermann and Jamal Lewis for the spot in the side.
Aside from his complete lack of attacking threat, Husband offers no defensive quality and was often caught out any time the other side attacked.
Marley Watkins: F
Another failure. Watkins is the worst player I have seen play for Norwich, utterly dreadful. Needs to be moved on this summer.
Onel Hernandez: C
Injuries ended a promising start to his Norwich career after signing in January, but Hernandez has shown he is a direct winger who can cause almost any defence problems.
Marcel Franke: D
Struggled at the start of the season before being sent out on loan. Showed some signs that he could improve, so not a total failure yet.
Tom Trybull: A
Along with Zimmermann, one of the best free transfers Norwich have secured in a long time.
Trybull was superb for Norwich when fit and is easily one of the best central midfielders in the league on his day.
Dennis Srbeny: C-
After joining in January, Srbeny scored one goal in five months at the club.
However, despite his poor showings in front of goal, his hold up play has been very promising and he could push on next season.