Norwich boss Chris Hughton says he's confident that Wes Hoolahan's lack of celebration against Aston Villa wasn't meant to cause offence.
Norwich City's Premier League clash with Stoke will be dedicated towards raising funds for former star Duncan Forbes, the club's revealed.
Peterborough United Darragh MacAnthony has launched a remarkable rant on Twitter, saying he's "bored" of his team's performances.
Southend United have signed young Liverpool defender Jakub Sokolik on loan until the end of the season.
The 20-year-old could make his debut in tonight's visit to Scunthorpe United.
Czech centre-back Sokolik joined the Reds' academy from Baník Ostrava in 2009 and played for the Shrimpers in a friendly at Colchester United last week.
Peterborough United midfielder Danny Kearns has joined League Two leaders Chesterfield on a month's loan.
Posh take on The Spireites in the final of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy later this month, but Kearns won't be able to feature having already played for Peterborough earlier in the competition.
22-year-old Kearns has previously enjoyed loan spells at York City and Rotherham United during his time at London Road.
Norwich City midfielder Wes Hoolahan insists that he is fully committed to the Norwich City cause, despite choosing not to celebrate scoring against Aston Villa last weekend.
Hoolahan tried to force through a move to Villa in the January transfer window, and has become increasingly disillusioned with his lack of playing minutes this season.
His muted reaction to hitting the back of the net against his would-be employers resulted in many fans questioning his attitude, but Hoolahan says that he wasn't intending to disrespect Canary supporters.
“The fans have been great to me ever since I arrived and have always cheered my name when I’m on the pitch. It’s special to me and I enjoy every minute of it," he told the club's official website.
“Obviously it was the first few minutes of the game and when I saw it hit the back of the net I was ecstatic and over the moon with the goal.
“It’s been a difficult few months but I certainly wasn’t disappointed about scoring, I was delighted with the goal. I did a fist-pump and throughout the whole game I ran my heart out for the fans and for the team.
“At the end of the game I went over to the fans to say sorry for what a disappointing result it was.
"I’ve got so much respect for the Norwich fans because obviously they’ve given me a lot of support over the years so I certainly didn’t mean to disrespect anybody with the celebration and I’m sorry if anyone’s taken it the wrong way because I was over the moon with my goal."
Only goal difference is keeping Colchester out of the bottom four of League One.
The U's host Rotherham tonight.
Peterborough can strengthen their place in the play-off zone with a win at Sheffield United.
Stevenage can move further clear from the bottom if they beat Crawley - they've won their last two games.
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Norwich City seek a season's first in the Premier League on Sunday - successive wins. They visit Aston Villa, managed by former boss Paul Lambert looking to build on last Sunday's victory against Tottenham. Chris Hughton looks ahead to Villa Park.
Sunderland defender John Egan has joined League Two side Southend United on loan for a month.
The centre-back has previously enjoyed temporary spells with Crystal Palace, Sheffield United and Bradford City.
The Shrimpers have brought in the 21-year-old following an injury to fellow loanee Cian Bolger, who has now returned to Bolton Wanderers.
“With Adam Thompson, Luke Prosser, Cian Bolger and Julian Bennett all out injured, we’ve moved as quickly as possible to bring in cover," manager Phil Brown told the club's official website.
“John is the type of defender I like to have in my side, and I’m sure he’ll fit straight in.
“He’s a no-nonsense type of defender but at the same time he can get the ball down and play out from the back."
Ipswich Town have signed Crystal Palace midfielder Jonny Williams on a month's loan.
The Welsh international played a key role in helping the Eagles reach the Premier League last season, but has found his chances limited since new manager Tony Pulis took over in November.
20-year-old Williams is highly regarded at Selhurst Park and signed a new long-term deal with the club earlier this year.