Norwich City chief David McNally has rubbished talk of a crisis after Paul Lambert's departure.
Skipper Grant Holt is also demanding a move, but McNally insists the Canaries are in good shape.
“It (the club) is in the healthiest state that it has probably been in its history,” McNally told the Pink 'Un. “We have just finished in the biggest and probably most difficult league in the word in 12th place. Following on from two years of a meteoric rise from 66th in the Football League pyramid to 12th in the Premier League, we are looking to improve the squad this year, we are looking to invest heavily in new players.
“We are under no pressure to sell any players – if we do sell any players then the extra money goes to the football manager, so I think we are in a terrific place.
“The hottest ticket in the county is at Carrow Road. Most of the complaints in my post bag are from people who can’t get a ticket to see the game.
“If that is a crisis and if that is a difficult place, then bring it on."