Bunn seeks Rovers exit

Keeper demands move from Ewood Park

Mark Bunn: Handed in a transfer request at Blackburn

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Sky Sports understands Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper Mark Bunn has handed in a transfer request at Ewood Park.

Bunn, who has attracted the interest of Norwich this summer, has informed the Blackburn board of his desire to move on in search of regular first-team football.

27-year-old Bunn is keen to leave Rovers after growing increasingly frustrated at his lack of first-team opportunities with Paul Robinson the undisputed No.1 at Ewood Park.

Bunn joined Blackburn in the summer of 2008 from Northampton, but he has been restricted to just 15 appearances during his time at the club.

Norwich are thought to have had two bids rejected for Bunn with Canaries boss Chris Hughton keen to bring him to Carrow Road

News of Bunn's transfer request is sure to alert a number of clubs to the keeper's availability with the shot-stopper impressing when called upon by Blackburn.