Whilst I knew that Jamie Cureton had been relegated with Dagenham & Redbridge I hadn't noticed Ian Culverhouse's appointment as assistant manager at the Daggers, Culverhouse returned to the game to become John Still’s assistant in January after an abrupt exit from Aston Villa, having originally followed Lambert out of Carrow Road in 2012.
“I came in a couple of weeks after John and he was already planning for next year then and making sure we are well set-up,” said Culverhouse, who had a nine-year playing career at Norwich before returning to his old club with Lambert in 2009. “It is 24/7 with John. He is never off the phone, always in meetings. He is talking to agents and getting the right people into this football club.
The 40-year-old Cureton has scored nine goals in 43 appearances this season but Culverhouse is convinced he still has the quality to make his mark.
“Jamie is a goalscorer and that has been the case throughout his career. He is a threat,” Culverhouse told his club’s official site. “We have to get him on the ball a lot more and put him in situations to be on the end of things. He is up for it.”