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Wednesday, October 17, 2012
On-loan full-back George Francomb hopes his performances are catching the eyes of those at Carrow Road as he continues his extended stay away.
The Canaries academy product has featured in all nine of AFC Wimbledon’s League Two games since joining at the end of August.
And the 21-year-old is determined to maintain his impressive form – both for the remainder of his second month at the Dons, and for his future prospects at Carrow Road.
“I think there has been someone watching me at most of the games I have played – so hopefully the good performances that I am putting in will be taken on board. I just have to come in here every day and keep learning,” said Francomb, who saw the Dons lose 2-1 at home to Cheltenham on Saturday. Fleetwood await this weekend.
“I’ve played every game since I have been here so I am more than happy to stay and fight for the cause. Saturday was probably one of the best performances since I’ve been here.
“We have Fleetwood next and we have done well in our last three away games and hopefully we can go there and get something.”
Norwich City officials confirmed on Monday night the release of ten players from the club – headlined by the departure of Canadian international Simeon Jackson.