Norwich City fans will be delighted to hear that their club have agreed a cut-price £2.5 million deal with West Ham to make loanee Matt Jarvis a permanent signing, according to the Daily Mail.
The fee comes as a substantial loss for West Ham, who signed the winger from Wolves for a then club record fee of £10.75 million back in 2012
Having joined the Canaries on loan in the final minutes of the summer transfer window, the 29-year old has managed to impress manager Alex Neil with his attitude.
And despite suffering with a knee injury since he came off at halftime against Manchester City at the end of October, the former England winger has been rewarded by the Norwich City boss with a permanent four and a half year deal.
Before his injury spell on the sidelines, Jarvis had netted two goals in seven games in all competitions this term.
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