Norwich City will chase the signatures of quality in the January transfer window according to the club's chief executive David McNally.
The Canaries are sitting fifth on the Championship table and are determined to push for promotion to the top flight so despite their current debt of around £21million, will continue their buying mantra so manager Paul Lambert ahas the best players at his disposal.
"We've been a buying club over the last three transfer windows and intend to continue in that vein," McNally said.
"Paul will perhaps have a target or two in mind and we will take it from there. We don't need to sell any players. There are not millions and millions of pounds to spare, but there is some budget that is earmarked for investment."