Bali Mumba regrets his failure to show Norwich City fans what he was about before leaving for Plymouth Argyle this summer.

The former Sunderland man joined the Pilgrims permanently for around £1million in July after failing to make an impression on David Wagner in pre-season.

Mumba showed flashes of promise under Daniel Farke but spent much of his time at Carrow Road on loan to Peterborough United and Argyle.

The 21-year-old believes he's made the right decision to move to Devon, but feels he had more to give with the Canaries.

"I don't feel like I had the real chance to Norwich what I was capable of doing," he wrote in the matchday programme ahead of beating his former side 6-2 on Saturday. "They only really saw parts of my football.

"I only played a few games, mainly cup games, so it was difficult to make an impression. The fans only really saw what I was doing at other clubs, which is something I move on from and focus on my next chapter."

One part of the reunion Mumba enjoyed, aside from the mauling of his ex-team-mates, was seeing Jonathan Rowe again.

The English under-20 international has found fine form since Mumba left the club, scoring five times and assisting once already this season. The pair were originally separated on opposite sides of the pitch, but Christian Fassnahct's half-time substitution meant they went head to head.

Mumba had the better of that exchange, earning praise from manager Steven Schumacher post-match for his role in the victory.

"A lot of my friends left the club in the last transfer window," he continued, "but there are still plenty of people on the staff, and young players coming through from the under-23s, so there are still connections at the club.

"I (was) looking forward to playing against Jonathan Rowe, because he's been doing very well, and probably the main player I (was) looking forward to meeting again."