Norwich City players Todd Cantwell and Jonathan Tomkinson visited a training camp hosted with US partners the Tampa Bay Rowdies on Tuesday.

The Canaries were joined by Rowdies players Raiko Arozarena and Aarón Guillén at the 'Yellow and Green Dream' soccer camp at Tampa Bay's new first-team training base, with 50 young footballers in attendance.

The visit was in conjunction with commercial partners Visit Tampa Bay, which City hope will grow their profile in the states as the game's profile grows there.

The pair completed a Q&A session with the attendees, before leading them through a series of drills and then taking photos and signing autographs.

Cantwell spoke to Fox 13 about the visit, saying: "It's special, and it's really good to see girls and boys here as well, because the sport is growing. It's growing on both sides, and it's really nice to come over here and see that it is here as well."

Tomkinson, who grew up in the US before moving to Norfolk to pursue his footballing dream, believes his story shows the pathway available to US football enthusiasts hoping to break into the European game.

"It just shows that there's a pathway," he said. "I'm not the only one that can do it. They can all definitely do it. I'm not the first, and I definitely won't be the last.

"It's kind of like a movement. Everyone is getting behind the USA in the World Cup, and it's exciting to see."