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27 May 2015

Scotland international signs a two-year deal with the Canaries.

NORWICH City today announced the permanent signing from West Bromwich Albion of Scotland international Graham Dorrans.

Dorrans has played 18 times for the Canaries this season since initially joining from the Baggies on a one-month loan deal in February.

His stay in East Anglia was extended in March to cover the rest of the Sky Bet Championship season, after which he scored three times in City's last five league games to help take City into the promotion play-offs.

Dorrans, who has signed a two year deal, featured in both play-off semi-final games against Ipswich, before coming on as a second-half substitute under the Wembley arch as City secured promotion to the Premier League with victory over Middlesbrough.

City boss Alex Neil commented: "Graham has been a very important part of the team over the last few months and he has Premier League experience and is a top player. His experience and quality will help us and we're delighted he has joined us on a permanent basis."

Dorrans added: "I'm delighted and pleased to get it sorted and glad to join permanently.

"It's been a great few months, the boys welcomed me and it's been great to work with the gaffer and I look forward to the next couple of years."

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