Norwich are hoping to sign Celtic goalkeeper David Marshall.
Marshall is currently number two goalkeeper at Parkhead with Artur Boruc ahead of him in the pecking order.
Norwich boss Peter Grant is keen to bring in a new goalkeeper and he is hoping that Celtic will agree to a loan deal for the highly-rated Marshall.
Marshall's agent Willie McKay confirmed Norwich are interested in Marshall, but that any move depends on Celtic.
"Norwich have declared an interest in David," McKay told skysports.com.
"Peter Grant is a big admirer of David's and he would like to have him on loan with a view to a permanent deal.
"David is keen on a loan move as he wants to be playing games which he is not doing at Celtic.
"Gordon Strachan knows that David needs to be playing games, but the difficulty is whether or not he can allow him to go with the Champions League coming up."
Meanwhile, Norwich are reported to be leading the chase for Sunderland striker Chris Brown.
Sunderland revealed earlier on Wednesday that they had accepted an offer from a mystery club for Brown.
Norwich are now believed to be the club who have tabled the bid for Brown as they look to bolster their attacking options at Carrow Road.