Rossi looks to next season

PUBLISHED: 07:00 15 March 2006 | UPDATED: 09:17 14 September 2010

Rossi Jarvis has spoken of his hopes of establishing himself among the regular first team squad next season. Rossi, 18, who signed professional terms with the Canaries in January, was at his old junior school in Fakenham to launch its new spacious library and talk to some of the pupils about the importance of reading regularly.

Norwich City midfielder Rossi Jarvis has spoken of his hopes of establishing himself among the regular first team squad next season.

Rossi, 18, who signed professional terms with the Canaries in January, was at his old junior school in Fakenham to launch its new spacious library and talk to some of the pupils about the importance of reading regularly.

He said that he was happy to stay with his home county's club.

"I'm glad that I have signed with Norwich. I am happy to be with the Club and it has done a lot for me and I feel I have made the right decision," he said.

He added: "My aim for next season to be part of the main team."

Rossi has had four outings as a sub this season but the highlight so far was when he played in the FA Cup match against West Ham and he marked the Hammers' flying winger Matthew Etherington.

"That game was a good experience for me and has been a highlight for me so far," he said.

He said that his older brother, Ryan, has been carrying an injury so that he hasn't figured too much in the first team this season.

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