Norwich City chairman Ed Balls says they will do all they can to keep Sporting Director Stuart Webber and Head Coach Daniel Farke at Carrow Road.
The Canaries are sitting top of the SkyBet Championship after an impressive run of nine wins in eleven league games.
And quite naturally the futures of both Webber and Farke was raised at the club's Annual General Meeting on Thursday night (November 22).
The City chairman, who was re-elected to the board along with fellow director Tom Smith, told shareholders the board wants to reflect the views of the fans and want the pair to stay.
Afterwards Balls said it was important they keep everyone together both on and off the pitch.
Sporting Director Webber also dismissed speculation about his future after one shareholder asked about a possible approach from Premier League Southampton.
The Canaries, currently two points clear at the top, resume their Championship campaign at Swansea City following the international break.
Norwich City Chairman Ed Balls speaking after the club's AGM