West Ham midfielder Matt Jarvis will make his loan move to Norwich permanent in January, according to the Daily Star.
The 29-year old has enjoyed his time in East Anglia since arriving on loan in September, netting twice in seven appearances from a wide berth in the engine room.
Now, he has agreed a two-and-a-half-year deal to remain at Carrow Road beyond the end of the season, which was the duration of this current agreement.
Delighted to have signed a permanent deal @NorwichCityFC can't wait to get back playing and helping the team soon!
— Matt Jarvis (@MrMattJarvis) December 24, 2015
He had joined the Hammers for around £10m back in 2012 after some impressive form for Wolves, even earning a call up to the England side back in four years ago.
The former Gillingham trainee has hit the ground running with the Canaries after a frustrating end to his time in East London that saw him lose his place in the side.
‘I’ve really enjoyed my time here so far so I’m delighted to sign on the dotted line’, he revealed.
Thought to be in a deal worth around £2.5m, the finishing touches will be applied when the transfer window officially opens on January 2nd.