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Lambert tight-lipped over Morison

Norwich manager Paul Lambert has refused to be drawn on speculation linking the club with a move for want away Millwall striker Steve Morison, insisting he will only comment on transfers "once people come in the door".

The Canaries had a bid worth £2.5 million for the 27-year-old rejected by Millwall on Tuesday, with the Lions reportedly holding out for nearer £3m.

Morison only penned a new £7000 a week contract in January but handed in a transfer request last week in order to push through the move - only to later learn his club had turned it down.

"I never knew (Morison had a transfer request rejected) until the other day, that the lad himself said something. Until they come in there is no point in me speaking about it," said Lambert.

"I never read much into rumours or speculation - until they actually come through the door and we have got them that's the time to comment on it, but it is like the Miroslav Klose rumour. That was just ridiculous that.

"I can't comment on something that I don't have any control over. Once people come in the door I'll comment on it."

One player Lambert is happy to talk about is new recruit James Vaughan, who joined from Everton on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee. The 22-year-old is Norwich's first signing since returning to the top flight and Lambert is excited to have the England Under-21 international among his ranks.

"We looked at it in January and we couldn't do it, so we just had to move on and we were fortunate enough to get a second chance at him," he Lambert. I think the great thing about him is he has played at Premiership level before, he knows what it is all about, he is only 22 and hopefully his best years are in front of him.

"That is the beauty about him - he has done it at that level, he knows what it is, he just has to be consistent with it and find a club he is consistently happy at and be here a few years. Everton has been his life really since he was six, and only being 22 years of age he has come to a new place and new surroundings which will be great for him."


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