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Last Updated: Thursday, 20 December 2007, 12:35 GMT
Murray considers Canaries flight
Ian Murray
Murray is out-of-favour under new Canaries boss Glenn Roeder
Former Hibernian captain Ian Murray admits that he is tempted by the prospect of a return to Scotland after being frozen out by Norwich City.

"It's been a bit frustrating because I haven't played since Glenn Roeder came in," said the 26-year-old midfielder.

"I played in every game under Peter Grant and Jim Duffy, but now it looks like the new manager doesn't fancy me.

"I have read that Falkirk and Hibs are interested in me, but the ball is in Norwich's court."

Murray, who left Rangers for Carrow Road on a free transfer in August, has been capped six times by Scotland.

I am over my fitness problems and I have played a lot of games since then

Ian Murray

"I like it at Norwich and we have a great bunch of lads, but I just need games, although I would consider coming back to Scotland.

"That was one of the reasons I left Rangers and now I have found myself in the same position down here," explained the versatile Murray, who is on a one-year deal with the Canaries.

"I am over my fitness problems and I have played a lot of games since then and even last week we had a fitness test and I finished second.

"Hopefully things will be resolved one way or the other, as I am out of contract at the end of the season so my agent can't speak to other clubs until the New Year."

Murray completes move to Norwich
24 Aug 07 |  Norwich City


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