Birmingham City’s Curtis Davies back on Norwich City’s radar?

Birmingham City resisted offers from Norwich City and Wolves for Curtis Davies during the January tr

Birmingham City resisted offers from Norwich City and Wolves for Curtis Davies during the January transfer window. - Credit: PA

Curtis Davies admits he's ready to leave Birmingham City – potentially putting Norwich City on alert for a summer transfer bid.

Davies was the subject of bids from both the Canaries and Wolves during the January transfer window while Reading, Blackburn Rovers and Stoke City also showed an interest.

Birmingham resisted offers for the former Under-21 defender then, but with the Blues now struggling ten points off the play-off places, Davies has suggested that if he can't get top flight football at St Andrews he will be looking to move on.

'I can't lie to you or anyone, I want to play in the Premier League and it would be wrong if I said I didn't,' the 28-year-old told the Birmingham Mail.

'In January we were told we had to sell someone and I was always relaxed about it.

'I knew Jack Butland's move (to Stoke City) was imminent and I wouldn't have been sold anyway. I didn't worry myself too much.

'When things happen at the last minute you never know, but I was always concentrating on here.'

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London-born Davies started his professional career at Luton and, before joining Birmingham, also played for West Bromwich, Aston Villa and Leicester City.