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Defender: I have improved since leaving Tottenham

08:29 06 December 2012

Norwich City

Norwich City's Sebastien Bassong celebrates after scoring his team's opening goal. Picture: Nigel French/PA Wire

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Norwich centre back Sebastien Bassong believes that he has improved as a player since leaving Tottenham.

The 26-year-old joined the Canaries in the summer and has been a regular for the Carrow Road outfit, scoring twice.

“It makes a big difference for a player, especially somebody like me and my body,” he said speaking on talkSPORT.

“I need to play week in, week out to get the best out of me.

“I’ve no regrets about leaving Tottenham. I am enjoying my time here and the results are good for us.

“The people around me at the club, the fans as well are lovely, so I am really happy to be here. I hope I can keep on scoring and helping to win games for Norwich.”

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