The central defender made his comeback in a reserve team fixture and has now set his sights on re-establishing himself in the Carrow Road back fourMichael Turner has given Norwich City manager Chris Hughton a boost ahead of their Premier League run-in by returning from injury.
Turner has not featured for Norwich since New Year's Day when he picked up a hamstring injury against Crystal Palace, but is now nearing a first-team return.
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And he has now set his sights on re-establishing himself in the first team at Carrow Road.
"There are good defenders in our squad," Turner told the club's official website.
"There will be four fit centre-halves now so there is going to be good competition for places, so whoever plays is going to have to perform to keep the shirt.
"It's a huge run of games we've got coming up. We have shown at home that we're capable of beating some of the best teams in the league, so it's important that we get back to that."
Norwich, who sit 15th, face relegation rivals Sunderland at Carrow Road on Saturday.