Norwich City chief David McNally is delighted with their summer market work so far.
City have been among the most proactive in the early summer transfer market with James Vaughan, Steve Morison and last week Elliott Bennett joining the club's top flight crusade. The Canaries also completed a season long loan move for Manchester United defender Ritchie De Laet late on Friday. Prior to the Belgian's arrival, McNally had confirmed Lambert sought two further additions before City's senior stars return for pre-season.
He told the Pink Un: "We're pleased we have signed three and we are confident we can complete another two before the lads come back for pre-season training which is the first week of July. That would give us five new faces, there might be one or two more after then, but the aim always was to land Paul's top five targets prior to the start of first team training so they can have a full pre-season with their colleagues before the season starts in early August.
"It's all about investing to take us forward. There maybe one or two who leave in order to gain first team football elsewhere and that is understandable and perhaps normal with a club that has risen quickly from League One to the Premier League."