Date: 6th March 2010 at 12:59pm
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On-loan Norwich left-back Michael Rose is hoping to make his move to table-toppers Norwich permanent come the summer transfer window and leave the Hatters after three years.

Canaries boss Paul Lambert swooped for Rose in a loan deal, and after scoring on his debut and lining up with another ex-Hatter Oli Johnson, the ex-Yeovil and Hereford wing-back says ‘it’s just a case of ironing out a few details’ before he gets his wish.

‘Things going on at Stockport are the stumbling block, really, because nobody knows what’s happening with the club, whether it’s going to be bought, whether it’s the end of the club or whatever.

‘It’s just a case of ironing out a few details and I hope it will become permanent.’


Wow. ‘Whether it’s the end of the club or whatever.’

Don’t sound too concerned Michael, you only spent three and a half years with the club.

For what it’s worth, when Norwich do make a swift return to the Championship, I can’t see Rose being one of the first names in the starting line-up…