The England international has been in excellent form for Leeds for some time, enjoying a fine season last term and opening his account already this term.
Bamford was briefly linked with Spurs as a potential replacement for Harry Kane amid continued links with Manchester City.
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Kane did not end up moving to City, as they failed to match Spurs’ asking price and chairman Daniel Levy stood firm over his star man.
He has subsequently been rewarded with a call-up to Gareth Southgate’s England squad and made his debut last weekend in the 4-0 win over Andorra.
Speaking exclusively to This Is Futbol, Norris has hailed Bamford’s character after links with the north London club.
He said: “He doesn’t seem that type of character. He seems pretty laid back, he doesn’t let too much affect him either way. He’s had the tough times and just carried on, he’s had some better times and doesn’t seem to get too excited by it.
“He’s got his head screwed on, he’s level headed, he’s happy to be playing and enjoying his football. He could have potentially had his head turned but he’s at a big club, they’re doing well, he’s doing well, so it makes sense.”