Norwich City fans queued around the block this afternoon to chat with Canaries chief David Wagner.

The City boss arrived at Jarrolds in London Street at 3.30pm to be greeted by hoards of fans waiting to grab his autograph and have a selfie.

Norwich Evening News: Canaries fans queue in London StreetCanaries fans queue in London Street (Image: Denise Bradley)

Norwich Evening News: Fans hold up their signed shirtsFans hold up their signed shirts (Image: Denise Bradley)

Norwich Evening News: David Wagner chatted to City fans for about an hourDavid Wagner chatted to City fans for about an hour (Image: Denise Bradley)

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The Canaries have opened a concession in the department store after the Fan Hub in the neighbouring Jarrold Sport store closed in March following Jarrold's decision to "exit the sports market" and close the former Pilch store.

Norwich Evening News: Children were delighted to see the gafferChildren were delighted to see the gaffer (Image: Newsquest)

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Wagner spent an hour posing for photographs and signing shirts, balls and an array of other Norwich memorabilia during the school summer holidays.

The head coach is a popular figure among supporters this week after his team turned in an impressive performance in their first Championship game of the season against Hull on Saturday, winning 2-1 at Carrow Road.

Next up is a trip to Southampton on Saturday, where Canaries legend Russell Martin took charge after their relegation from the Premier League.