Pulis quashes talk of Canaries move
Tony Pulis has rebuffed any speculation that he might take the vacant manager's job at Norwich.
He told the official site that he was enjoying working with 'one of the best chairman in the Football League', but did confirm that some clubs had been enquiring about his availability.
He added: 'Our relationship is very good and I want to get this club in the Premiership and that's what I'm going to try and do.'
When asked about the lack of signings, he reiterated that he had no intentions of bringing just any player into the club: 'I won't waste the money or sign people for the sake of it, if that upsets people, it upsets people, but I'm prepared to take it on the chin.'
A recent poll on Vital Stoke confirmed that the vast majority of Potters fans don't want to see him go, even though a sizable minority would never be satisfied with anything the manager does. What the reaction of those fans would be if he really does get us into the promised land remains to be seen.