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Norwich signing Johnson: Right time to leave Leeds

Norwich City signing Bradley Johnson has no regrets over his departure from Leeds United.

The former Cambridge United trainee scored 17 goals in 107 games for Leeds after a move from Northampton in 2008 - but insisted the time was right to leave.

"Leeds is a good club, but to get a chance at the top flight, which is every player's dream, you can't turn it down," he told City's official site.

"I enjoyed my time at Leeds and I'll miss people who worked with the club. But I've got to move on now and I'm a Norwich City player and I'll try my hardest and play my best for them now."

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