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WINGER Anthony Pilkington joined City from Huddersfield Town in July 2011 for an undisclosed fee in a three-year deal, with a further one-year option.
He left the Galpharm after a successful 18-months with the Terriers, making 105 appearances and scoring 25 goals in all competitions since joining Lee Clark's side from Stockport County in January 2009.
Blackburn-born Pilkington played an integral part in Huddersfield's season which saw them reach the League One Play-off final last year, scoring 14 goals in 40 appearances in all competitions for the Terriers, only for injury to keep him from playing a part in the Terriers final push for promotion.
An exciting winger, Pilkington spent spells in the youth systems of Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers and Preston North End before joining Stockport County in 2006, where he made 91 appearances in all competitions scoring 19 goals.
Pilkington helped guide Stockport County to victory in the League Two play-off final in 2008, scoring County's second and setting up the third, picking up the man-of-the-match award as the Hatters made a return to League One.
Pilkington contributed eight goals from midfield in his first season for the Canaries - including a brace against fellow newly-promoted side Swansea City and equalising goals against QPR and Spurs, which saw the Canaries go on to take all three points in vital wins.
He continued to impress in front of goal last year, with his winning header against Manchester United at Carrow Road proving one of the season's highlights. Further goals against Wigan Athletic, Sunderland and Manchester City helped earn key victories for Chris Hughton's men as they finished 11th in the Premier League table.
In total, he played 33 games and scored five goals in 2012-13.