Norwich defender George Francomb has said he is keen to impress Chris Hughton, the boss of his parent club, during his loan spell at AFC Wimbledon so he can make his mark in the Premier League.
The 21-year-old, who signed a new deal with Norwich earlier this year, enjoyed a January loan spell with Hibernian last season. Having returned to Norwich in the summer, he then secured a deadline day loan move to AFC Wimbledon.
Since then, he played in all nine games of Wimbledon's League Two games and is hoping it will place him in good stead when he returns to the Premier league.
"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," Francomb told the Eastern Daily Press.
"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.
"Saturday [a 2-1 home defeat to Cheltenham] was probably one of the best performances since I've been here.
"We have Fleetwood next and we have done well in our last three away games and hopefully we can go there and get something."
With about 48 hours left before Saturday's Black 505 rally, the standoff between the police and the organisers continues.In response to a police warning yesterday (June 19) that the organisers will be prosecuted if the rally is held, PKR strategy director Rafizi Ramli told The Malaysian Insider there was no change of plan. "We will continue with it," he said of the plan to hold the gathering at Padang Merbok in Kuala Lumpur."However, we are hopeful that closer to the date, the police will be …