Norwich midfielder Todd Cantwell has committed his future to the club by signing a new three-year contract. The 21-year-old has come through the youth ranks at Carrow Road and made his first-team debut in an FA Cup tie against Chelsea in January 2018 before heading out on loan to Dutch club Fortuna Sittard.
Cantwell enjoyed a productive four months in Holland, helping Fortuna secure promotion to the Eredivisie, and he quickly set about establishing himself as a first-team regular on his return to Norwich. The versatile midfielder featured 24 times across all competitions, as the Canaries earned promotion to the Premier League, and has now been rewarded with a new deal until the summer of 2022.
Cantwell is now looking to secure a regular place in Daniel Farke’s starting XI over the coming seasons. “It’s brilliant and nice to have got it done and out of the way. I can really kick on now and show what I’m about,” Cantwell told the Norwich website.
“I’m hoping to secure my place in the starting XI this season, there are a lot of good players here and healthy competition, but I need to believe in what I can do and bring to the team. “I’m really looking forward to showing not only the fans and the team, but also show the Premier League what I can do.”