Norwich city manager Paul Lambert has said that he is not looking to leave the club at the end of the season. There have been reports linking the Norwich city manager with a move to either Tottenham or Aston Villa in the summer.
Both teams will be looking for a new manager after the season has been disappointing.
Harry Redknapp has failed to get his team to the top three position comfortably, while Alex McLeish has been disastrous in every way. Even though Aston Villa is more likely to be a destination for Paul Lambert in the summer, the Norwich city manager has said that the reports linking him with a move away from the club are untrue.
Paul Lambert has done an extremely impressive job with Norwich city ever since taking over at the helm of the club in 2009. He has been able to get them back-to-back promotions. As a result, the club are now in the Premier league, which is a faraway position when they were in the League one when they were taken over by Paul Lambert. It is thought that the Scotsman would be interested in a new challenge at a much bigger club having spent three years at the Carrow Road.
“I have had three unbelievable years at Norwich, really successful years, but we will always keep progressing, we have to. We will try everything we can to build it again for next season and keep pushing it on. I don’t look too far ahead, I have learnt that pretty quickly,” said Paul Lambert in response to this week’s speculation linking him with a number of jobs. Norwich finished the season comfortably without any relegation trouble, while the same cannot be said of Aston Villa. Despite having a much higher budget, Aston Villa have struggled with relegation trouble under Alex McLeish.