After years of sterling service from Robert Green in between the sticks at Carrow Road, the last couple of seasons have seen no fewer than five goalkeepers pull on the No 1 jersey in Norfolk.
One of the current crop, Paul Gallacher, has been in sparkling form for Dunfermline this season after joining the Pars on a window-to-window loan in the summer and a number of eye-catching performances has had him dreaming of an extended stay in Scotland.
He has always felt that his face just doesn't fit south of the border; let's be honest, the loan signings of Tony Warner, Jamie Ashdown and current custodian David Marshall by Peter Grant was proof enough.
The former City manager clearly didn't see Gallacher as his long-term goalkeeping solution.
The arrival of Marshall on a permanent deal this summer sealed the former Scotland international's fate but to some, it has been no surprise to see him claiming a few man-of-match bottles of champagne in the Scottish First Division this year.
Regular observers of second tier football north of the border claim Gallacher to have been the star performer of the division, despite Dunfermline's lowly position in the relegation play-off places.
The former Dundee United keeper was the hero on Saturday as they earned a hard-fought point at promotion-chasing Partick Thistle and even though the managerless Pars now face an almighty fight to stay in the league, Gallacher has no interest in returning for another crack at the Canary No 1 spot.
As far as he is concerned, he will be doing everything in his power to remain in Scotland?
“I'm here until January 1st but I've been negotiating for a few weeks now to try to extend the deal with managing departments at both clubs,” said Gallacher ? who has made 34 appearances for the Canaries.
“I'm getting first team football here and I'm happy here. The fans have been great with me and I'm enjoying it.
“I think it's not going to happen any more at Norwich. There have been two new managers since Nigel Worthington so it's not quite happened there and I'm happy here. The aim is to get promotion. I know there are a lot of points to make up but until it's mathematically impossible we'll give it our all.”
And despite the club being in limbo, the Scot insisted him and his team-mates were fully committed to the cause are aiming to get the Pars out of trouble sooner rather than later.
“We're contracted to Dunfermline Football Club,” he added.
“We've got to give our all for the club. The players are doing that I believe, I just think we're so unlucky at the moment. We've lost by large margins in some games but we are committed and giving it our all. There's a great spirit in the camp.
“We just need to bring that into the matches and with a bit of luck hopefully get results.”
Meanwhile, another Scot to be linked with a move away from Norfolk is defender Ian Murray with Falkirk showing an interest in signing the former Hibs captain on a temporary basis in the upcoming window.
Murray, who moved to Carrow Road from Rangers in August, has only made one appearance for City ? in the dismal 3-0 defeat at Plymouth – since Roeder took charge in late October.
He has been linked with a return to the SPL with the Bairns, although his agent Jim McArthur is waiting on a call.
“Falkirk might want to take him on loan in January, but Norwich have said nothing yet on the subject,” McArthur told the Daily Record.
In incoming news it is being reported this morning that the hunt for fresh faces in January is already well under way with Sunderland midfielder Graham Kavanagh said to be a name high up of Glenn Roeder's wanted list.
The Shields Gazette in the North-East is claiming the Republic of Ireland international is at the centre of a three-way battle between the Canaries, Leicester and Paul Jewell's Derby as the January transfer window looms large.
The 34-year-old has not figured in the Black Cats' first team this season and with competition for places fierce in Roy Keane's midfield, it looks certain the former Wigan, Cardiff, Stoke and Middlesbrough playmaker will be allowed to leave the club next month.
Sheffield Wednesday, where he spent a successful month on loan earlier in the season would also be interested in signing him permanently but it is thought the Owls will be shopping in the loan market only.