Chris Hughton's men are slowly edging towards another season in the Barclays Premier League, lying seven points clear of the drop zone heading into the final eight games.
Van Wolfswinkel feels next season will see the Norfolk club looking up towards a top-10 finish.
In an interview with Dutch magazine Voetbal International, Van Wolfswinkel said: "The club is in the middle of the table and very ambitious, this summer they will be debt free and will get on strong.
"The plan is also to bring in an attacking midfielder and two wide players this summer. With that, Norwich can look to play in the top half of the table."
Hughton, who tracked Van Wolfswinkel during the January transfer window along with Celtic striker Gary Hooper, believes the 6ft 2ins frontman can bring some much-needed goal power to his side, who have often deployed captain Grant Holt as a lone striker this season.
Van Wolfswinkel is determined to repay that confidence next season.
"That a club would spend so much money, in these times, shows their faith in me," he said.
"I have been to Norwich to look around and spoken to the manager and chief executive over their plans for the future
"I don't know much about Norwich, but the city and the club surprised me - the stadium has 25,000 (capacity) and there are 5,000 fans on a waiting list for (season) tickets on top of that which shows the status of the club.
"I had a good talk with the manager, Chris Hughton. He was very specific about my qualities and wants to build a strong team around him. That gives good trust."
Van Wolfswinkel started his career with Vitesse Arnhem before switching to FC Utrecht ahead of a £4.5million transfer to Sporting in 2011, where he netted 25 times last term and so far has 14 to his name this season.
The Holland forward hopes his switch to England will help build his international aims, having made his debut for the Oranje squad in August 2010.
"That is always my aim," he added.
"For me it is important to be in a team where I can play every week.
"I want to play as high as possible, but also in a team where there is a lot of perspective - that is what Norwich City has, and that is why I have signed there for four years."
Norwich, with just one defeat in the last seven, head to Wigan on Saturday looking to maintain their healthy cushion over the fight for survival.
However, should the 18th-placed Latics pull off a victory, it would reduce that advantage down to just four points, and with a match still in hand on the sides above them.
Defender Russell Martin will be assessed having pulled out of Scotland's World Cup qualifier away to Serbia with a hamstring injury.
Goalkeeper Mark Bunn, meanwhile, must serve a one-match suspension following his controversial sending off in the 1-1 draw at Sunderland before the international break.
With England international John Ruddy still recovering from a thigh operation, Lee Camp is in line to start at the DW Stadium against the FA Cup semi-finalists.
Midfielder Alex Tettey, meanwhile, could be available from his lay-off with a knee problem.