After the talking Norwich City fans will expect action this summer to prepare for a Championship fightback.

Ashley Barnes was recently unveiled as the first signing of the close season, when his contract officially ends at title-winning Burnley.

Sporting director Stuart Webber then mapped out what the rest of the transfer window could look like in a wide-ranging series of media calls.

Webber opened up on potential sales, signings and what needs to change for head coach David Wagner to repeat his previous promotion success at Huddersfield.

What were your key takeaways from Webber's series of interviews? What did you make of his assessment of failure on the pitch last season, and his appeals to come back together ahead of the new campaign?

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What did you make of his views on the lack of atmosphere at Carrow Road, the debate around style of play, the inside take on Mark Attanasio's influence within a self-funded model, and those comments on the women's game?

Is Barnes the start of a vital overhaul to a squad who laboured to a mid-table finish? How important is it to keep players like Gabby Sara to get the Canaries in promotion contention.

This is your debate, not ours, and you set the agenda.