SWINDON Town’s on-loan attacker Diallang Jaiyesimi is targeting a higher degree of consistency from his game as bids for a spot in parent club Norwich City’s first team next season.

With the Canaries struggling in the Premier League and looking the most likely team to get relegated from England’s top-flight, Jaiyesimi is hopeful his next step will be to feature in yellow and green as Daniel Farke’s men look to immediately bounce back.

But for the time being, Norwich still have a fighting chance of survival and the 20-year-old has a job to do in Wiltshire – chiefly, help his loan club get promoted and chain together a run of excellent performances.

Jaiyesimi has been delighted with the amount of minutes he has been given my manager Richie Wellens in recent weeks and is hoping to continue his good form ahead of his return to Carrow Road.

He said: “I don’t know about my future at Norwich just yet – I’ve just got to concentrate on Swindon for the time being and take whatever happens as it comes.

“Hopefully, I could play for Norwich in the Championship if they do go down, but it’s football and you never know what can happen.

“At the moment, I’m just trying to stay consistent because that’s something that I need to add to my game.

“The more matches that I play, the more likely that is to come.”

After leaving National League South side Dulwich Hamlet for Norwich in the summer of 2016, Jaiyesimi has taken in season-long loans at Grimsby Town and Yeovil Town.

Continuing his development in a squad which the 20-year-old called ‘a step up’, the tricky winger believes has progressed with every spell away from Norwich and has told others in his position to do the same.

Jaiyesimi said: “It’s been slow for me coming off the back off that Yeovil loan and then getting injured.

“But Swindon was really a step up for me because it’s a good team – it’s not a team that is battling relegation or anything like that.

“It’s been good so far and I’m enjoying my football.

“Some of the boys in the academy at Norwich get in a position where they are stuck not playing first-team football, maybe playing under-23 football.

“I always tell them that it’s a good idea to go out on loan and put yourself out there because if you do well, good things can come off the back of it.”