Premier League clubs, including Norwich City, have been given the green light to resume contact training.

It's the biggest step forward yet in the Premier League's plans to get playing again next month.

Clubs have already started training in small groups, with social-distancing measures in place, but tackling will now be allowed.

However, players have still been told to minimise "unnecessary close contact" if possible.

Premier League shareholders voted "unanimously" for the move.

Players and staff will continue to be tested twice a week for coronavirus for the time being.

The Premier League has been suspended since March, but there's now real hope that matches could resume in June if it is safe to do so.

Norwich are currently bottom of the league and find themselves six points adrift of safety.