David Fox sponsored by:
DAVID Fox has played more than 70 games for Norwich since his arrival from Colchester United in the summer of 2010, with seven of those senior appearances registered last season.
Fox, 29, signed a contract at Manchester United on his 17th birthday in December 2000. However, he did not play for the senior side, and following loan spells at Shrewsbury and Royal Antwerp he joined Blackpool in 2006. Fox – the son of ex-Stoke goalkeeper Peter Fox – played more than 100 games for the Tangerines, and along with Wes Hoolahan helped them win promotion via a League One play-off final victory over Yeovil in 2007.
Fox joined Colchester in 2009, and his debut saw the U's demolish Norwich 7-1 at Carrow Road. He signed for City a year later, and after playing a key role in helping Norwich win promotion to the Premier League he made 28 top-flight appearances in the 2011-12 season.