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Midfielder Oliver Skipp, who is currently on loan at Championship table-toppers Norwich City, has been lavished with praise by Canaries defender Grant Hanley.

Following their relegation from the Premier League last term, the Norfolk-based club swooped to land Skipp on a season-long loan from Spurs, boosting their midfield options and handing the England Under-21 international the opportunity to gain regular first-team football.

So far this season, Skipp has been a revelation in the Canaries’ midfield, racking up 24 appearances.

“Skippy’s got experience beyond his years really, he looks like he’s played at the top level for 10 or 15 years, it’s hard to think that he’s still so young,” Hanley told the Pink Un.

“I know he gets a lot of credit but then he probably doesn’t get enough sometimes, because he does all the stuff that you love as a centre-half, Kenny [McLean] is the same.

“They both have top quality but the ugly side of the game they do so well and I don’t think they get enough credit for that – but they certainly do from us as centre-halves, we appreciate what they do.”

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