Who has been your favourite signing since City’s 2017 revamp?

Who has been your favourite arrival since the 2017 NCFC revamp? Will, from left, Onel Hernandez, Chr

Who has been your favourite arrival since the 2017 NCFC revamp? Will, from left, Onel Hernandez, Christoph Zimmermann or Mario Vrancic get your vote? Pictures: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Who has been your favourite signing since Norwich City's new football structure was put in place last year?

Finland international Teemu Pukki has proved a hit after being signed on a free transfer this summer but he is far from the only success story since Stuart Webber arrived as sporting director in April 2017, to be followed by Daniel Farke as head coach the following month.

Which signing has proved to be your favourite Canaries addition so far though? That doesn't necessarily have to mean the best in terms of quality but the player who you have really enjoyed seeing in yellow and green.

As a bit of fun to break up the international break ahead of Saturday's return to action at Nottingham Forest, we've set a minimum of 10 appearances for our shortlist.

That rules out summer arrivals Ben Marshall and Kenny McLean for the time being and we've also not included loan players who are no longer with the club such as Angus Gunn and Harrison Reed.

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The players who have already moved on after feeling to settle in, either permanently or on loan, including Marcel Franke, Marley Watkins and James Husband, are also not included.

But summer 2017 arrivals Mario Vrancic, Marco Stiepermann, Tom Trybull, Christoph Zimmermann and Grant Hanley are all among the options.

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They were joined by January arrivals Onel Hernandez, Moritz Leitner – who was signed permanetly from Augsburg this summer – and Dennis Srbeny earlier this year.

While Pukki, Tim Krul, and Emi Buendia were signed up this summer, with striker Jordan Rhodes brought in from Sheffield Wednesday on a season-long loan.

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