The Welsh striker told MCFCTV: "I learned a lot from my loan at Norwich and I really enjoyed it, it's a big step up into men's football and it's so much faster than the reserves.
"You're around experienced players, everyone's happy when you win whereas in reserves it's not that important - they are more like friendlies to gain experience. The Championship is very competitive and I really enjoyed myself.
"I didn't score in the last few games, which disappointed me because strikers get judged on goals. I just want to play week in, week out for City and score lots of goals, all I can ask for is that the goals keep coming for me."
Now that he is back at Carrington, Ched aims to use his Norwich experience and benefit from linking up with players like Elano and Martin Petrov.
"With players like that around, you're more likely to get more goals because they can provide them. On the other hand it is going to be harder to get into the team, but that's making me more determined as well."