Robbie Brady will not force a move out of Norwich City

Robbie Brady was back in training for Norwich City on Friday in Austria. Picture by EXPA Pictures/Fo

Robbie Brady was back in training for Norwich City on Friday in Austria. Picture by EXPA Pictures/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: EXPA Pictures/Focus Images Ltd

Robbie Brady is not the type to rock the boat in a bid to force a Norwich City move, insists Alex Neil.

The Republic of Ireland international is now back with the Canaries after an extended summer break following his Euro 2016 exploits.

Brady has been touted with a number of Premier League suitors but Neil insists until a potential buyer meets the Canaries' valuation the 24-year-old is going nowhere. Neil revealed on Friday he had spoken at length to the Irishman since he linked up with the rest of the squad at their Austrian training base.

'We are still as you were. Since he has come back and re-joined we have had a chat about all that and there will be no problems whatsoever. He is fine,' said Neil. 'We are happy he is here and that will remain the case until when or if someone comes in with the right money. Then we will consider it and have a look but right now we will crack on. Robbie understands the situation.

'I have to focus on getting the team ready. Robbie knows the situation, he is comfortable with that and we have just have to see what the future brings.'

Neil, however, does have a decision to make on the short-term future of Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe after an enquiry from Polish club Legia Warsaw. The Belgian should play a part in Saturday's tour finale against Rubin Kazan.

'I think there is an interest. It wouldn't be a permanent, it looks like they would be looking more at a loan,' said Neil. 'Obviously I still have to assess what I do with Vadis for next season and see where he is. Unfortunately for us he had a family bereavement so had to miss a couple of the games and I would have liked to play him. This game will be the first I get to see him in that situation. I think he can influence games in the Championship but the problem is I have 10 guys who can do that as well in the same positions.'