Norwich City youngster Simon Power has revealed his ambitions to get into the first-team at Carrow Road.

Power is currently out on loan to Dordrecht in the second tier of Dutch football and scored on his first start for the club earlier this week.

Following the game, Power revealed that he hopes to force his way into the Ireland under-21 set-up before eventually getting a chance in Daniel Farke’s first-team at Norwich. 

As quoted by The Pink’Un, Power said this:

I set myself milestones, my first was to get into the team at Dordrecht. I can do well here I want to be in the Ireland Under-21s, there is no better feeling than to play for your country, hopefully I can impress Stephen Kenny.

And long term the aim is to get into the side at Norwich and the experience here can only benefit me.

Power is hoping to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Max Aarons, Ben Godfrey, Jamal Lewis and Todd Cantwell. All four came through the academy system and are now playing regular football in the Championship for Norwich – sitting at the top of the table.