Graeme Dorrans is set to leave West Bromwich Albion to join Norwich City, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
Dorrans has been on loan at Norwich since January and his performances during this spell have seemingly impressed enough to convince the East Anglian side to make the move a more long-term one.
Norwich are reportedly prepared to spend £3 million to convince Dorrans to join them, as they look to build a team capable of competing in the Premier League.
The Canaries will need a number of additions if they are to be strong enough to cope in the top-flight and Dorrans could be the first new arrival through the door.
If he does join, he should strengthen Alex Neil's midfield options and also offer experience and knowhow, having spent a sizeable amount of his career in the Premier League.
Dorrans is said to be attracted to a move to Norwich, as he feels the regular first-team football he can get there will revive his international career.
Dorrans has only made 10 caps for Scotland so far, but he believes that he can increase this total by moving to Norwich.