Wolves boss Paul Lambert among bookies favourites for Norwich City job
Wolves boss Paul Lambert has been listed as one of the bookies favourites to take the vacant Norwich City job amid speculation about his future at Molineux.
Lambert is 4/1 with the bookmakers to take over at his former club, behind hot favourite Uwe Rosler (7/4) and FC Union Berlin boss Jens Keller (3/1).
The Scot previously took charge of Norwich in 2009, guiding them to back-to-back promotions before securing their top flight status in the 2011/12 season.
He eventually left Carrow Road for Aston Villa, but is still held in high regard in East Anglia.
When asked about the link to Norwich, he quipped, "If the tea lady left Carrow Road, I'd be linked to that post."
Paul Lambert recently spoke on Sky, claiming that there's no rift at Molineux and that he'll be staying in charge for next season.
The Express & Star understands however, that Wolves are already on the lookout for Lambert's successor.
Former Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka is the favourite to take over at Wolves should Lambert leave.