The Sweden international insists style of play is important as he is linked with a summer move, but admits he knows little about the Canaries as they join the race to sign him
The Sweden international looks set to leave the Philips Stadion as he has no intention to extend his current contract until 2014.
However, Toivonen, who featured in Sweden's 2-0 win over Faroe Islands on Tuesday, insists his mind is not yet made up about his future.
"I really do not know - what I have at home is not the right TV channels. I only have Canal Digital, so I have not seen a Premier League match this year. So I can tell you very little about Norwich City," the midfielder told Sky Sports.
"I have already said that it is an interesting competition, the Premier League, but it is about what the club is all about. That plays an important role. I do not like too many high balls."
The 26-year-old, who bagged seven goals in 13 Eredivisie appearances last season, says he would spend the remainder of the week considering his future.
"I have not thought about it and did not hear about [anything]," he added.
"I was only concerned with the match for Sweden. I'm going to talk about it and reflect."