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Norwich City youngster Ray Grant seals Dagenham and Redbridge loan

PUBLISHED: 16:15 17 February 2017 | UPDATED: 16:31 17 February 2017

Norwich City midfielder Ray Grant has joined Dagenham on a youth loan. Picture by Matthew Usher/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City midfielder Ray Grant has joined Dagenham on a youth loan. Picture by Matthew Usher/Focus Images Ltd

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Norwich City midfielder Ray Grant has completed a youth loan move to National League Dagenham and Redbridge until May 15.

The Canaries’ development prospect, son of former manager Peter, made his first team debut last month’s FA Cup third round replay defeat at Southampton.

John Still’s Daggers currently lie second behind Lincoln City in the fifth tier after maintaining their promotion push with a 4-1 victory over Southport last weekend.

The 20-year-old Grant has represented Scotland at youth level and is a regular fixture in Dmitri Halajko’s development set-up.

Grant joins the likes of Ebou Adams, who has featured at the same level for Braintree this season, and keepers Declan Rudd and Remi Matthews who have left Carrow Road in search of first team football on loan this season.

The young midfielder could make his Daggers’ debut on Saturday at home to Guiseley.

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