By Liam Thomas

3rd Oct, 2022 | 9:00am

Aston Villa loanee Aaron Ramsey is loving life in the Championship with Norwich

Aaron Ramsey joined Norwich on a season-long loan from Aston Villa for the 2021/22 campaign and is flourishing in his new and improved role in the team.

Ramsey boasts some scintillating stats to back up claims he could be the next great talent to emerge from England, he leads in open-play chances in the Championship creating (2.8 per 90 minutes) and assists (0.6 per 90).

The younger brother of Villa starlet Jacob, obviously, the fine footballing genetics run deep in the family and he’ll likely join his brother in the Premier League soon.

Speaking to The Athletic, Ramsey confessed he’s loving life at Norwich so far in a loan spell that will undeniably improve his career.

“Norwich has been amazing so far,” he said.

“The first few weeks were very good and now I feel I’m kicking on. Everyone knows the goal at Norwich: to get back into the Premier League and stay in it. Hopefully, I can help with that.”

Thriving.

The 19-year-old is thriving in the Championship so far this season, something that speaks volumes for his future in football, one that will likely end up in the Premier League.

He has seemed to have found his rhythm and style under former Villa boss Dean Smith at Norwich, who has undoubtedly been an influential figure in giving the youngster game time.

The English second tier is the perfect playground the Ramsey to hone his abilities and become a quality player who can hit the ground running for Villa when he returns to the club.

And with a long-term deal already secured with Villa, the starlet knows he is valued by the Premier League club giving him ease of mind during his loan spell at Norwich.

Ramsey mirrors the talents of his brother Jacob and it will be amazing to see potentially two brothers starting a Premier League game together in the near future.

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