Former Norwich City defender Danny Batth is training with old club Wolves as he weighs up his next career move.

The 33-year-old officially left Carrow Road at the start of this month, after City announced they wouldn't be renewing his contract in a slew of exits for experienced players.

Batth was included in the Championship team of the season as recently as last year, but the Express and Star state that he's been training with the under-21s at Wolverhampton Wanderers, where he was captain during two title-winning campaigns, but a permanent stay under Gary O'Neil is not on the cards.

Batth signed for Norwich on transfer deadline day in the summer of 2023, drafted in as a late defensive reinforcement after Andrew Omobamidele's move to Nottingham Forest.

He struggled for game time under then-head coach David Wagner, making just five Championship starts and playing second fiddle to Shane Duffy for the majority of the campaign.

He was positive about his time at the club, however, saying in a statement ahead of his release being confirmed: "Thank you Norwich. It's been a privilege to play for the club and appreciate all your support this season. 

"We ultimately fell short after reaching the play-offs, but it has been a new experience and I look forward to what is next."

Batth played for the West Midlands side for a decade, including loan spells at Colchester, Sheffield Wednesday, Sheffield United and Middlesbrough, before joining Stoke in 2019.

He signed for Sunderland three years later and enjoyed two seasons on Wearside, before moving to Norwich on a free transfer.