Chris Sutton has called for change at Norwich City after their 'humiliating' 4-0 play-off semi-final defeat to Leeds United. 

The Canaries were humbled at Elland Road on Thursday, failing to perform on the biggest stage of their campaign, whilst Leeds ran riot to comfortably book their place at Wembley for a chance at promotion. 

It is the manner of the performance from Norwich that will raise plenty of questions heading into a summer where change looks likely. 

Norwich have a host of players out of contract, with Ben Gibson and Dimi Giannoulis expected to depart the club this summer among others. Other players will have to be sold as the club stare down the financial realities of another season at Championship level. 

Sutton, a City legend and Pink Un columnist, was a pundit for Sky Sports at Elland Road on Thursday night and, whilst praising the turnaround Wagner has overseen, believes now is the moment for a fresh direction and a new playing identity. 

"Where do you actually start? We've seen the three clubs who got promoted last season come straight back down, and I love Norwich, but I'm glad this Norwich team aren't getting promoted. 

"A lot of people may find that a strange thing to say, but the last two years in the Premier League, they have been miles off it, and this is worse," he told Sky Sports. 

"I think David Wagner is a thoroughly decent bloke, I do, but I think Norwich need a change and need a change of identity. Norwich should be playing possession-orientated football in the Championship. 

"They've gone away from their identity. They've played counter-attacking football this season, had a dreadful start to the season but then he turned it around. 

"They were humiliated this evening. He's had a go. I think there is a certain expectation at Norwich City and I think they should be doing better than they are."