Norwich City news, Norwich City’s Jordan Hugill makes claim about his future as Cardiff City loan continues

Norwich City’s Jordan Hugill makes claim about his future as Cardiff City loan continues

Norwich City and Cardiff City striker Jordan Hugill is hoping to return to parent club Norwich in the summer.

Hugill, 29, started the season on loan at West Brom. But the striker would score just once in 20 league outings for the Baggies before returning to Norwich City.

He subsequently secured a loan move to Cardiff for the second half of this season and he’d go on to score on his debut for the club Welsh club, having netted three in 11 total league appearances for the Bluebirds now.

With the Canaries looking likely to return to the Championship ahead of next season, Hugill has had his say on what the next season might hold for him.

Speaking on the official Football League podcast (via Eastern Daily Press), Hugill said:

“As far as I know at the moment I’m going back to Norwich in the summer to get ready for pre-season and then we go from there. I’ve got a year left on my contract so ideally I’d like to get promoted with them again, if they come down, and I’d like to prove myself in the Premier League. That’s my aim.”

A second chance for Hugill in the Championship?

Last season at Norwich City, Hugill played a back-up role with the likes of Teemu Pukki being the Canaries’ main striker and main source of goals.

Going into next season, Dean Smith may be hoping that the likes of Josh Sargent can really step up to the plate and score some goals to help fire Norwich City back into the Premier League, again at the first time of asking.

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Hugill could once again play an important role for the club and if he can score a few goals, start a few games and so on, then he might yet be favoured in the top flight if Norwich earn promotion.

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