Richard Money wants to get back into senior football after leaving Norwich City

Richard Money has left his position as academy manager at Norwich City. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Foc

Richard Money has left his position as academy manager at Norwich City. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Richard Money would like to get back into senior football management after confirming his departure from Norwich City.

The 61-year-old, who joined City in January 2016 as their academy manager, wants to start working in first team football after watching City head coach Daniel Farke at close quarters.

Money told the club website: 'If I'd met Stuart 10 years ago I believe we would have formed a formidable team, but more than most I understand he needs someone he already has that type of relationship with to be in my key position right now.

'I supported Norwich as a boy and I enjoyed the opportunity working with the Academy, however, watching Daniel Farke over the past six weeks has rekindled my appetite for management again and is something I would like to be considered for once more. I managed to get two of my previous three clubs promoted and the other in the play-offs.

'I hope a club can recognise that and give me the opportunity to continue that success.'

Money joined the Canaries having previously worked as Academy Director of MLS startup Atlanta United and held managerial roles at clubs such as Walsall and Cambridge United.