Etuhu has sights set on next season
Dickson Etuhu has told the club's official website he intends to return to action in August lean and mean to help the Canaries in a proper Championship assault.
CITY midfielder Dickson Etuhu has told the club's official website he intended to return to action in August lean and mean to help the Canaries in a proper Championship assault.
Supporters have already begun to see glimpses of what the Nigerian-born powerhouse is capable of, with his excellent first half against Wolves on Sunday a case in point.
Indeed, had it not been for an excellent reaction save by visiting 'keeper Matt Murray, the former Preston man might have been celebrating his first goal for City thanks to a long-range thunderbolt.
Now Etuhu has his sights set on the next campaign and promised City fans they would soon be seeing the real deal.
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"I think I'm still slowly getting settled and there's a lot more to come from me," said the 23-year-old, who finished the season with 15 starts and four substitute appearances.
"I know it, the manager knows it and the other lads know it and I'm looking forward to getting into pre-season and getting ready to go.
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"I want to be really fit next year, so I'm really going for it in the summer."
Etuhu felt he was unlucky to be on the losing side in the final match of the season on Sunday, with Norwich creating but not taking a number of great chances in their 2-1 defeat to Wolves.
"I thought we battered them," he said. "Especially first half. If we had taken our chances it could have been a different games - we could have won by three, maybe four goals."