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The Carrow road boss says the club are monitoring the transfer market in the run-up to Friday's deadline and are prepared to take advantage of any opportunities which arise

Norwich City manager Chris Hughton has said that he is open to the possibility of a late move in the transfer market, but only if the deal is right for the club.

The Carrow Road boss has not ruled out going in to deadline day with the intention of securing a good deal, but insists he is happy with his current squad if no suitable opportunities arise.
18/1 Norwich are 18/1 with Paddy Power to be the last Premier League team to have a transfer confirmed before 11pm on deadline day

The latest player to be linked with a move is Brighton striker Craig Mackail-Smith, but Hughton is keeping tight lipped on who is on his wish list come Friday night.

He said: "If there is any deal that is right for us we will endeavour to do it, but if not then I am delighted with the squad I have got."

When asked if he would be pleased when the transfer window ends he added: "Yes I will be, as will every manager. To see the end of the window will make me very glad."

One player Norwich have signed and sealed this summer is defensive midfielder Alexander Tettey from french club Rennes, and Hughton says the new arrival will be travelling with the team to Tottenham this weekend.

He added: "He has settled in really well but he had a few days when he missed training. He will travel with us to Tottenham and I'll decide whether to put him on the bench."