Aaron Mclean has revealed that a few former Blues convinced him that joining Town would be the right choice for him.
The striker has moved to Portman Road on loan from Hull for the rest of the season and admits he is delighted to be joining Mick McCarthy’s side- and is now aiming to fire Blues up the table.
“The move happened really quickly but obviously I’m delighted to be joining such a good club and hopefully I can help fire Ipswich up the table,” Aaron told the Club website.
“I’m eager to be playing games and I’m raring to go. It’s been well publicised that Millwall were interested in me but then Mick came in and showed an interest and I’m delighted to be joining Ipswich.
“I know the area well as I’ve got a few friends down there who are Ipswich fans themselves and I know a few of the lads in the squad already. I also know Stockers (David Stockdale), Alex Bruce and Liam Rosenior really well from Hull and they all speak positively of the Club.
“It’s a loan until the end of the season originally but you never know what’s going to happen in the future. If everything goes well for all parties then I’m sure me and the gaffer will look at it.”
New signings Aaron, David McGoldrick and Patrick Kisnorbo have all been granted clearance by the FA to feature in tomorrow's FA Cup clash with Premier League side Aston Villa.