Norwich City’s on-loan striker James Vaughan will not rule out a longer stay at Huddersfield

James Vaughan would be prepared to consider the prospect of cutting his Norwich City ties permanently. James Vaughan would be prepared to consider the prospect of cutting his Norwich City ties permanently.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012
12:55 PM

Norwich City’s on-loan striker James Vaughan would consider a permanent move to Championship promotion hopefuls Huddersfield.

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Vaughan, quoted in Yorkshire prior to last night’s latest league game at Peterborough, admitted he is loving life at Huddersfield after notching three goals in seven appearances ahead of the trip to London Road.

City chief Chris Hughton made it clear last month he feels Vaughan still has a part to play in his plans after sanctioning a season-long switch in a bid to secure the 24-year-old regular first team football.

Vaughan, however, would be prepared to consider the prospect of cutting his City ties permanently after an injury-hit career in Norfolk following his permanent switch from Everton.

“When I came here I wasn’t wanted at Norwich,” he told the Huddersfield Examiner. “I’m enjoying my time here and if the chance came up to stay then I’d definitely look into it.”

Vaughan started just one league game in his first Premier League season for the Canaries in the 2-0 defeat at Blackburn last April after knee ligament surgery.

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