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BRADLEY Johnson joined the Canaries in July 2011, joining on a three-year deal on a Bosman transfer from Leeds United.
Following the expiry of his contract at Elland Road, Johnson arrived at Carrow Road to end a spell with the Whites that saw him make 107 appearances in all competitions, scoring 17 goals.
A tenacious midfielder, the 24-year old helped guide Leeds to second place and promotion from League One in the 2009-10 season, which saw the Canaries take the league title, also playing a major part in United's seventh place finish in the Championship last season.
Johnson started his career as a trainee at Cambridge United before moving to Northampton Town in the summer of 2005 following the U's relegation to the Conference.
He would spend three-years with the Cobblers making 51 appearances, scoring 10 goals. During that spell he also had loan spells with Ebbsfleet United and Stevenage Borough before moving to Elland Road in 2008.
In his first year with the Canaries, Johnson featured 29 times in all competitions, scoring in league matches against Bolton Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers.
Under Chris Hughton in the 2012-13 campaign, the midfielder became a key component of the team and failed to start in only one league match after serving a suspension. His level of consistency earned him the third-place award in the Player of the Season voting behind Sebastien Bassong and Robert Snodgrass.
His solitary goal of the season came in the 1-0 victory over Stoke City at the beginning of November.