So, American businessman and Milwaukee Brewers owner Mark Attanasio could be set to increase his stake in Norwich City and achieve parity with current majority shareholders Delia and her husband Michael Wynn Jones... it's big news, if you ask me.

If I’m being honest, I think now is the right time for this to happen. Delia and Michael have been owners since 1996 and have brought great success to the football club but sadly they aren’t getting any younger, the club is desperate to get back into the Premier League and establish themselves at that level. We all know that isn't going to be easy or cheap.

Mark is first and foremost a very successful businessman but he’s also a sports fanatic, mainly American sports, but from what I read, he wants to have a crack at what he would call soccer and has chosen Norwich City to try and make this happen.

He’s been involved with the club for a while now but has mainly kept himself to himself. His expertise, not only in business, but also in running a sports franchise in the USA will benefit the Canaries.

I look at what’s happened up at Wrexham with Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds and how their investment and marketing has transformed the North Wales club. Don’t get me wrong, there are some bad foreign owners out there too, but for every negative foreign owner I can think of quite a few very, very good ones.

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It has to be the next step for Norwich. A few years ago Delia called herself a poor millionaire saying how she couldn’t compete with the majority of other owners in the Premier League. Hopefully with the Attanasio family fully on board the club can become bigger, better and stronger on and off the pitch.

Some people won't like it. Some people don’t like change. They’d rather just bobble along being safe and there's nothing wrong with that. 

Attanasio becoming joint majority shareholder isn’t a new thing. If you look at the two top divisions in this country (44 clubs) only 13 have British owners.

I think his experience, knowledge on how to run a good organisation and some of his hard earned money, will be a positive thing for the football club and surely that's all we can wish for.

After the disappointment of losing away to Rotherham, the lads are back in the familiar surroundings of Carrow Road tomorrow when former Norwich boss Alex Neil brings his Stoke side to town.

It’s two wins out of two at home. Yes, it's still very early days, and I might be being a bit premature here and yes, I’m whispering it quietly, but is Carrow Road slowly becoming a bit of a fortress for the lads?

There's nothing better for a player playing at home, walking out to the pitch with that confident mindset that we're going to win.

Stoke were probably the busiest club in the summer transfer window, bringing in an incredible 18 or so new players through the door. They made some good acquisitions which made them, in a lot of people’s eyes, dark horses for promotion.

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They’ve made a slowish start to the season which is no real surprise considering the turnover of players at the bet365 Stadium, where in fact they’ve done okay, winning the six points that they have from five games there.

Away from home has been a bit of an issue for them having lost their opening two away games and still looking to score their first away goal after drawing blanks at The New Den and Portman Rd.

Neil’s men have now scored just one goal in their last five away games. Let's hope this statistic is the same come 5pm tomorrow afternoon and we can put that Rotherham result right in the back of our minds.