West Brom supporters have been giving their views on the Scot's Norwich move on social media.
Dorrans played both in the top flight for the Midlands club last term and the Championship for Norwich. In the end, he looks to have impressed one team more than the other...
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As Opta stats show, Dorrans created as many chances as any West Brom player last season, completing far more final-third passes than any of the Baggies.
Those figures, though, count for both the Premier League and Championship and the 28-year-old looked to have a better time of things at Norwich.
The move should really present a win-win situation for all involved. Speculation from fans about the fee for the Dorrans deal suggests West Brom have made a solid profit on the Scot, while the Canaries are obviously happy enough with his quality to bring him to Carrow Road on a permanent basis.
Some West Brom supporters, though, were disappointed and relished having a hard-working player like Dorrans at the Hawthorns. Here's what the Baggies faithful made of his move to Norwich on Twitter:
Dorrans: signed for £150,000 - 189 games, 26 goals, £2.85 million profit. Not bad business at all. #WBAFC— Kai Brannigan-Fleet (@KaiBFleet) May 27, 2015
@thegoalzone great player. Always worked hard. Shame to see him go but can't expect every manager to want him to play for them.— James Wyer (@_wbajames9) May 27, 2015
@thegoalzone not good enough and a big profit. I'd say that's a win all round for the Baggies Thommo— Thunderpants (@Jon_Foz) May 27, 2015
@thegoalzone a good servant but was time to move on, like another 12 of our current squad— Sam Shinn (@SamShinny01) May 27, 2015