Norwich City hope that goalkeeper John Ruddy will be able to feature in the club's next development game as he continues to regain full fitness.
The England international hasn't played since City's Premier League game at Everton in November. He suffered a thigh injury which required surgery.
Canaries manager Chris Hughton says Ruddy is making very good progress in training.
Hughton said the club is also concerned about the relegation struggle at the foot of the Premier League and would be until the team was "mathematically safe" from the drop.
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