Norwich City midfielder seeks loan chance

Norwich City midfielder Owain Tudur Jones had admitted he needs to go out on loan before he can hope to break back into the Canaries first team picture.

Norwich City midfielder Owain Tudur Jones had admitted he needs to go out on loan before he can hope to break back into the Canaries first team picture.

The Wales international was signed by former boss Bryan Gunn in the summer from Swansea but has been hampered with calf and groin injuries.

The 25-year-old has played just six times for City, scoring once - in the 2-1 defeat at Brentford on August .

'I'm fully fit now and raring to go but I need some first team games under my belt so I can play a part here this season,' he said.

'It won't be easy dislodging the current team as they are doing so well, so I need some games to give myself a chance because we have a lot of very good midfielders at the club.

'The boys have performed brilliantly and while I am delighted for them and the club, I am disappointed I haven't played a larger part in the success.'

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Jones, whose last first team appearance was as a substitute in the 7-0 FA Cup win at Paulton Rovers on November 7, says he has agreed with boss Paul Lambert that he can go out on a short-term loan.

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