?The Scottish midfielder joined the Canaries from West Bromwich Albion on an emergency loan in February which has now been extended through until the end of May.
?Dorrans has appeared eight times for Alex Neil's side who have pushed up to fourth on the Championship table on the back of a run which has seen them win eight and draw three of their past 12 league fixtures.
?Dorrans admitted his delight at remaining at Carrow Road and is now targeting the tier two title and at a minimum promotion with the Norfolk outfit.
?"The manager has been great, and his desire to get back to the Premier League is second to none," said Dorrans.
?"Having been here I've seen that, which made this a decision I wanted to take. I knew I was coming to a club with quality players and I feel like I've added to that.
?"All the lads have made it easy to settle in and have been great with me. We've had some good results in the last couple of weeks so hopefully we can continue that."
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