Norwich City midfielder Kenny McLean is aiming to add more goals to his game despite an impressive season so far.

The Scot has won the fan-voted player of the month awards for both December and January, having impressed in midfield and at centre-back under David Wagner.

He's been lauded by the German as one of his most consistent and reliable players as well as captaining the side in Grant Hanley's absence, but is still looking for ways to improve. One of those is in front of goal, with McLean yet to score in the Championship this term.

"I'm always trying to improve and always want to get better," he said. "I scored recently against Bristol Rovers. I should have scored against Leeds, that was from a set-piece I think.

"I know I'm a bit deeper so goals are going to be tough to chip in with. I know my role in the team, so if I don't score it doesn't mean I'm not doing well.

"But in terms of goals, especially set-pieces, the way I play and playing as a midfielder it's always something you want to do."

The Canaries are just one point away from the top six after Saturday's 2-1 win over Coventry at Carrow Road, with Premier League promotion the ultimate aim for 2023-24.

Sporting director Ben Knapper reiterated that target in his recent round of interviews with the local media, stating that the Norfolk club had the infrastructure to compete at the top level.

Norwich had a small taste of what being back in the top flight might be like when they travelled to Anfield in the FA Cup, and McLean is hoping for more of those experiences.

"It's where we all want to be, plying our trade in the Premier League," he told official club channels. "Playing at places like Anfield, the atmosphere and everything that came with it, it was incredible.

"There are a lot of lads in our team who still aspire to be at that level and that's a taste of what they can get out of it. Everybody wants to play in those games, in those venues, and it was a good taste of it."