Norwich City sporting director Stuart Webber is "super confident" that the Canaries will announce a new signing within the next week, as well as a new coach "very soon".

City are expected to make a number of changes to their playing squad this summer after a disappointing 13th-placed finish in the Championship, and Webber has assured fans those changes will continue in short order.

Ashley Barnes was the first signing confirmed after his departure from Burnley, while further prospective arrivals have been shown around Norwich's Colney training base.

"We've already started with Ashley Barnes," Webber said. "I'm super confident in the next week we'll be announcing our second new signing.

"I'm super confident that we'll be announcing a new staff member very soon to join the coaching team, so we're working 100 miles an hour to give ourselves the best chance next year.

"Then it's about the quality of our work, obviously a little bit of luck as well that we need in sport. So I sit here super confident.

"We won't just rip everything up. It's about hopefully bringing in some players that help the current group, because we've got a very young squad. Hopefully then fans get behind that."

Finding the correct players to do that will be a difficult task with a tight budget, but Webber believes there's ways around that in the second division.

"It's challenging," he continued, speaking for club channels. "For sure we need to be creative in the transfer market. I'm not sat here with millions to spend, but I never have been.

"So we need to be creative around loan markets, free transfer markets, some smart opportunistic buys.

"Obviously if we were able to sell a player that would help raise funds, and we've had big interest in a couple.

"But I think at Championship it doesn't have to be massive buys. It doesn't have to be spend, spend, spend, spend, spend. It's about making the smart decisions, the right decisions, and looking at the balance of the squad."