Norwich City are considering the introduction of rail seating at Carrow Road, the club have confirmed.

A statement on their official website said that rail seating, which would allow safe standing where implemented, is being looked into, and encouraged supporters to fill in a short survey to help understand the demand from their home fans.

The work could cost around £1million if completed, with the club keen to ensure there is a desire from supporters for rail seating before commiting to it.

The affected areas of the stadium are set to be the traditional signing sections of the Lower Barclay Stand and Snake Pit, after a drum was allowed into the former earlier this season to help boost its atmosphere.

Rail seating is not expected until the summer of 2024 at the earliest, however.

Safe standing has been implemented by a number of clubs across the football pyramid, including Manchester City, Queens Park Rangers and Wolverhampton Wanderers, whose stadium image is admired behind the scenes in NR1.

The statement released by City reads: "The club is looking into the feasibility of implementing rail seating in the Lower Barclay and Thorpe Corner (Snake Pit) areas with the estimated timescale of season 2024/2025 at the earliest.

"We value the feedback from all our season ticket holders, wherever you sit within Carrow Road and invite you to complete a short survey to help us understand the demand for rail seating."