Winger agrees three-year deal at the KC StadiumNORWICH City can confirm that Robert Snodgrass has completed his move to Hull City.
The winger joins the Premier League club for an undisclosed fee on a three-year deal after two years with the Canaries.
Neil Adams said: “Robert was excellent for us last season, displaying a fantastic attitude and commitment.
“He’s one that we would have liked to have stayed to be part of our squad in the Championship as we aim to get promoted, but the financial figures involved have made it a deal which we had to do.
“We certainly wish Robert all of the very best for his future career and thank him for all of his hard work for Norwich City during his time with us."
Snodgrass linked up with City from Leeds United in July 2012, and immediately became a fans' favourite, scoring seven times in 40 appearances in his debut campaign as the Club finished in a highly respectable 11th place in the top flight.
Despite the team’s struggles and eventual relegation in the 2013-14 season, Snodgrass recovered from several injury setbacks to lead by example on the pitch and earn the prestigious Barry Butler Memorial Trophy for Player of the Season, as voted for by the fans.
The 26-year-old, who earned ten of his 15 Scotland caps while with the Canaries, played 74 times in total for the Club, scoring 12 goals.
In an interview with ‘The Canary’ magazine last month, Snodgrass offered a heartfelt thanks to the City supporters who chose him as they Player of the Season.
“I want to take my hat off to every single one of the fans,” he said.
“I’d like to thank them so much for giving me the award, it means more than you could possibly imagine.”