According to the EDP today Norwich City midfielder Tom Trybull has confirmed that he has been offered a new longer-term contract to stay with the Canaries – fresh from playing a key role in their 2-1 New Year’s Day win over Millwall at Carrow Road.
The 24-year-old midfield summer signing bagged his first Championship goal for the club on New Year's Day during an impressive outing, as Daniel Farke’s squad kicked off 2018 with a 2-1 victory over Millwall at Carrow Road.
Trybull has impressed for most of the season following a successful trial as a free agent in the summer, the German signed an initial one-year deal, with the Canaries holding a further year’s option to retain his services if all went well.
But given the degree of Trybull’s impact, an improved deal would appear a logical way of rewarding his efforts – and the former Werder Bremen and St Pauli midfielder has confirmed those talk are bearing fruit.
“I can imagine for sure to stay here,” said Trybull, who reiterated his desire to stay at Norwich for the foreseeable future.
“I have got an offer from the club for a new contract, but we’re still keeping in touch about it because it’s not just up to me.
“Everybody knows that I feel very comfortable here and that I can imagine to stay, but it’s not just my decision. My wife and I decide everything together and she is very happy with how it has worked the last few months and right now.
“But the (sporting) manager (Stuart Webber) is also an important part, as is the head coach as well, and they want me to stay and extend my contract. You have to speak about some things and sometimes it takes some time.”