Norwich goalkeeper Jon McCracken has revealed that he is eyeing a loan move away from the Canaries as he looks to up his minutes in senior football in the near future, as quoted by the Daily Record.
The Yellows are well in the promotion race this season in the Championship but thanks to the congested nature of the league table, a couple of bad results can soon leave you down the standings.
Even so, the Canaries are looking strong despite the mountain of injuries they have been hit by and young stopper McCracken appears to be thinking a loan move away might be best for him soon.
He’s featured in the first team in the EFL Trophy and appears to have got a taste for senior action.
“I’ve had a bit of a taste of it in the EFL Trophy where we played Plymouth, Newport and Cheltenham.
“We played those games and qualified out of the group. They are the games you want to play in; you want to play league opposition. Going forward I’d like to get some senior football somewhere.”
There’s probably a good chance he’ll get his wish, too, unless Norwich are badly hit with injuries in the goalkeeper department.
He’s got talent and now wants to be honing it in competition regularly, which is fair enough.
Whether he gets a move in the January transfer window remains to be seen, of course, but it is surely something that Daniel Farke and the coaches at both senior and academy level are thinking about for him at the moment.