Graham Dorrans has targeted a top-two finish in the Sky Bet Championship with Norwich City after rejoining the Canaries on loan.The 27-year-old's initial one-month spell expired after Saturday's 3-1 victory over Nottingham Forest, but he will now stay at Carrow Road until 25th May.
Dorrans, who made eight appearances in his first spell on loan from West Brom, told the club's official website: "I'm delighted to be here for the remainder of the season. I feel as though I've settled in well over the last few games and that I'm up to speed with the rest of the boys.
"We've got some tough games coming up but hopefully we can get as many points as we can and that it will be enough to get in the top two."
Norwich manager Alex Neil added: "I'm really pleased we've got Graham on board to the end of the season. When he first came here he needed some match time but he's got better game by game.
"As a player he's got a football brain, he can get about the pitch, he's physically strong and he can carry out a variety of roles within the team. He's very versatile, which is ideal for a manager.
"Between now and the end of the season, his progress in terms of his dominance in games will only continue."