‘Really well’: On-loan Aston Villa man has already seriously impressed his new teammates, he’s a popular figure
It’s not easy for a player to live up to expectations when they come from a footballing family.
American international Josh Sargent was asked about the 19-year-old’s progress since joining the Canaries.
Sargent said: “He’s done really well coming into the squad.
“I know all the guys in the dressing room really like him and he’s doing really well on the pitch right now.
“Hopefully he’ll continue that way.”
Villa have high hopes for the middle Ramsey brother, and gave him a contract extension before his move to Norwich.
Ramsey has been involved in all-but-one of Norwich’s matches so far.
He’s played on both wings, but functions best as a number ten.
He’s recorded two assists, both for Sargent, in his last three games, and has now broken into the starting line-up.
Ramsey has impressed his Norwich teammates
The older Ramsey had a single loan spell at Doncaster Rovers before earning his spot in Villa’s first-team.
Aaron has embarked on a second spell already, but playing for promotion hopefuls Norwich in the Championship will be a suitable challenge.
Ramsey made his Villa debut last season in the EFL Cup, but has plenty of competition as an attacking midfielder.
Helping the Canaries once again return to the Premier League will certainly give Gerrard something to think about next season.
Ramsey’s Norwich teammates are already suitable impressed, and if he doesn’t have a route to the first-team at Villa Park, he would be welcome to stay at Carrow Road.
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