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Adam Idah's Celtic loan working out PERFECTLY as Norwich boss insists no regrets despite striker fitness sweat

Norwich City boss David Wagner insists he doesn't regret loaning Adam Idah to Celtic despite being in a playoff striker fitness sweat.

The Canaries could be without Josh Sergeant and Ashley Barnes ahead of their semi-final second leg away to Leeds at Elland Road. Backup Sydney van Hooijdonk has yet to start for the club, while Idah has banged in seven goals in 13 Scottish Premiership with the Hoops one point away from claiming the title away to Kilmarnock on Wednesday night.

But Wagner reckons shipping Idah out has worked out PERFECTLY. He said: "Every manager likes to have good players, and Adam is a very good player. On him, the decision that we made in the winter window to send him out on loan paid off perfectly. I was really backing him when he knocked on my door because I thought this was exactly what he needed to go out of this building and this environment where he knows everybody and everybody knows him and to go for a new challenge.

Wagner praised Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers for building Idah's confidence ahead of his return to Carrow Road, although a permanent move has not been ruled out, with Norwich seeking around £5million to let Idah go. And Wagner quipped that the dressing room tunes have improved since his temporary departure,

The German added: "He has a talent, but sometimes you need this boost, which you only get when you leave a club and go into another environment. The only thing that has got better after Adam left here is the music in the dressing room, because he is no longer in charge of the music box. I really wish him all the best for the final at Celtic to finish at a high."

"I worked with him for a year and we had the conversations more than once - I think the idea grew over the last couple of