Norwich City are currently in the midst of an incredible run of form, winning their last four matches on the bounce and eight of their last 10 to fire them into the automatic promotion spots.
There is a sense that a return to the Premier League could genuinely be on the cards and the club are already looking at improving in January if reports are to be believed.
Daniel Farke is reportedly keen to bring Lincoln City winger Harry Anderson to Carrow road in the winter window.
The 21-year-old has been a key member of the Imps success so far this season, scoring twice and assisting two more as well to help shoot the club to the top of the League Two table.
Anderson made the permanent move to Sincil Bank last summer from Peterborough United after spending the previous season on loan with the Imps.
In total he has been directly involved in 28 goals in 99 appearances for Danny Cowley’s side, scoring 16 and assisting 12.
If he is to make the move to Norfolk, here is how Farke may set up his attack…
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