Tom Adeyemi will spend the whole campaign at Valley Parade.

City are set to extend the youngster’s loan from Norwich after receiving no objections from the Canaries.

Peter Taylor confirmed he had got the green light after a chat with Paul Lambert.

He said: “I’ve spoken to (Norwich manager) Paul and he’s happy with it so I’m going to extend the deal until the end of the season.

“Tom has been playing a little bit out of position, to be fair, and Saturday was hard for him. He didn’t get the ball enough and I wanted to bring Mark Cullen on for the second half. Somebody had to be sacrificed.

“But Tom is absolutely fine. He has had some tremendous games and some not so tremendous ones – but you could say the same about everybody. He is learning the game and he will be a good player.”

The 19-year-old midfielder made his 20th appearance at the weekend and has scored twice.

Having netted City’s first of the campaign at Shrewsbury on the opening day, he also found the target in the crucial win over Barnet in October when Taylor’s position was in doubt.

Adeyemi, a Norwich lad, signed a new long-term deal with his hometown club last year and they are keen for him to pick up senior experience with the Bantams.