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Norwich City boss Chris Hughton has insisted he is not willing to allow midfielder Robert Snodgrass to leave Carrow Road this summer.
Rumours of interest from Premier League rivals West Ham United have emerged over the past couple of days, with the London outfit believed to be interested in bringing the Scotland international to Upton Park.
Snodgrass has established himself as a key player in the Canaries first-team having moved from Leeds United last summer and Hughton has no interest in losing the wide man to the Hammers.
He told the Pink Un: “I think it’s testament to how well the players have done but we are in a good place at the moment.
“We want to ensure we keep hold of our best players and we are a club at the moment that doesn’t need to sell.
“We are looking to strengthen and not let players go. He (Snodgrass) is definitely a player who is very much in our plans.”
With the arrival of striker Gary Hooper from Celtic this summer, Hughton is determined to add more quality to his squad and not lose any of the key players they already have established at Carrow Road.
Juventus striker Fabio Quagliarella has continued to be linked with a move to Norwich and although Hughton has been coy regarding a deal for the player, the Italian could well be making the switch to East Anglia before the transfer deadline.