Norwich United has issued a statement after a week of turmoil at the club which has seen claims of death threats, secret filming and abuse.

The football club, which is based in Blofield, has confirmed it would be sticking with its current management team adding it would fulfil all of its upcoming fixtures.

It comes after a number of players made claims of death threats, secret filming in the dressing room and verbal abuse after a game at home to Mulbarton Wanderers last week.

In a statement, first team manager Darryl Tate then claimed he had been punched twice in the head by a member of the club.

The club is currently being investigated by the FA over the incidents.

In the statement released in response to the investigation on Friday afternoon, the club said it welcomed the investigation and would be cooperating with the FA.

It read: "Norwich United FC would like to place on record that the club have had continuous and extensive internal meetings in regard to recent events at the club.

"We have made the decision to move forward with manager Darryl Tate and his coaching team currently at the club, and would also like to make the assurance that we are fully committed to fulfilling all upcoming fixtures.

"With regards to comments made on social media by a few individuals we are working closely with the FA and welcome the investigation they have launched and the FA have our full cooperation and support.

"As a club, we consider this matter closed and will wish to comment no further. We will now move forwards united, as we seek to build both on and off the pitch.

"As always, we are incredibly grateful for the support and commitment of our volunteers and fans, their hard work and dedication to the football club is at the heart of everything we do."

Norfolk police have confirmed they are not investigating any incidents at the club.