Colchester United will be made to wait to discover the outcome of the Football League disciplinary hearing over the controversial departure of Paul Lambert to Norwich City.

U's chairman Robbie Cowling was in London on Monday for the hearing, along with representatives from Norwich.

The commission has concluded its hearing into Lambert's controversial decision to leave the U's for Carrow Road last August, along with Ian Culverhouse and Gary Karsa.

U's chairman Cowling had called for the League to award Colchester substantial compensation or even deduct points from Norwich.

A Norwich City club spokesman said last night: "Today's Football League Disciplinary Commission hearing regarding Paul Lambert's move from Colchester United to Norwich City has concluded.

"The Commission will now take some time to reach a verdict and will at that point communicate its decision to both clubs.

"This process could take a number of days or even weeks to complete and the club will not be commenting further until then."

Colchester United are yet to comment on the hearing.