Norwich 1-2 to remain in top flight after Holt stays
GRANT HOLT is 100-1 to be the top Premier League goalscorer next season after signing on for three more years at Norwich on Tuesday following a summer of speculation about a move.
The Canaries captain fired 15 goals last campaign to spearhead the Carrow Road club's successful attempt to stay in the top flight and they are 1-2 to repeat the feat (7-4 to be relegated).
Chris Hughton is the new man at the Norwich helm, following Paul Lambert's departure for Aston Villa, and as well as hitman Holt, whose goals were key to back-to-back promotions from League One and the Championship, he has got keeper John Ruddy, defender Russell Martin and midfielder Andrew Surman to pen fresh terms with the Norfolk outfit.
Scotland right back Steven Whittaker and Barnsley midfielder Jacob Butterfield are two new Canaries captures.