George Francomb hoping to catch Chris Hughton's eye

George Francomb
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George Francomb believes that a successful loan spell with AFC Wimbledon could help him to impress Norwich City manager Chris Hughton.

George Francomb has revealed that he is hoping to impress Norwich City manager Chris Hughton during his loan spell at AFC Wimbledon.

The Canaries defender moved to the League Two club on deadline day and believes that a successful period at Kingsmeadow could secure him a place in the Norwich first-team squad in the future.

Francomb told the Eastern Daily Press: "I think there has been someone watching me at most of the game I have played, so hopefully the good performances that I am putting in will be taken on board.

"I just have to come in here every day and keep learning. I've played every game since I have been here so I am more than happy to stay and fight for the cause.

"We have Fleetwood next and we have done well in our last three away games and hopefully we can go there and get something."

Francomb signed a new contract with Norwich at the beginning of this year.

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