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The 2017 signing who’s likely to be one of Norwich’s first casualties if promotion is confirmed

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Despite a late draw with Reading earlier in the week, Norwich City remain in the pound-seats when it comes to winning the Sky Bet Championship title.

The Yellows have been excellent this season in the second tier and deserve to go up with them looking to do it in style and accompanied with the trophy.

Should they go up, and it’s looking likely, Daniel Farke will then need to try and make his squad good enough to challenge in the Premier League.

Who comes in, then, remains to be seen but it will also be interesting to see who is going to leave the club in the window too.

One man that could well be on his way, then, is James Husband.

Signed not so long ago from Middlesbrough, the full-back has seen himself out on loan at Fleetwood Town this year.

A player with decent delivery, he has played regularly for the Cod Army in League One, with them pushing for the play-offs but ultimately looking set to fall short under Joey Barton.

Of course, at the end of the campaign, he is due to return to Carrow Road but it would be no shock to see him being quickly turned back around and being on his way again.

Norwich, of course, have caught the eye for several reasons and one of them is their flying young full-backs on either side of the pitch.

Both Jamal Lewis and Max Aarons have been named in the Sky Bet Championship Team of the Year and both look set to excel in the Premier League next season providing the Yellows go up.

Indeed, neither are anywhere near the end of their respective careers and so, for Husband, the time may now be here to try and earn a new permanent job elsewhere.

Will Fleetwood want to take him on? That could well be a possibility given how often he has played for them this season but, even if they don’t, he’d be a decent catch for many an EFL club.

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