Grant Holt says he'll have talks with his new manager before deciding on his future.
Grant Holt could be ready to follow Paul Lambert out of Carrow Road after he re-affirmed his desire to leave the club today.
Future of Norwich's star striker is unclear
Grant Holt gives his view on Norwich City's new away kit.
Grant Holt will wait until he has talked with new Norwich manager Chris Hughton before deciding on his future, according to his agent.
The 31-year-old scored 15 goals before handing in a transfer request at the end of the season. It was rejected by the club.
Norwich city Chief Executive David McNally has taken to Twitter to deny reports that Norwich City have received a bid of £4 million from West Ham for their want-away striker Grant Holt.
The striker reaffirmed last week that he wanted to the leave the club, with his agent claiming he wanted a three-year contract, but that Norwich were only prepared to offer a two year deal.
On Twitter yesterday, McNally wrote: "Just for the record, we have not received a £4m bid for Grant from West Ham as apparently is being suggested".
Norwich City Football Club have denied reports that West Ham have bid four-million-pounds for striker Grant Holt. The 31-year-old's future at Carrow Road has been the subject of speculation since he handed in a transfer request last month.
He has already been linked with Premier League rivals Sunderland and, since former manager Paul Lambert's move, Aston Villa. But, speaking on Twitter, Norwich chief executive David McNally denied the club had received an offer from the newly promoted Hammers.
I have loved my 3 years at the club and it sadness me to right this but want use to here it from me first. #lovedmytime
Just to stop the rumour mill again. I have expressed to the board and the CEO that I want to leave the football club. Due to disagreements