A list of all the transfer activity to happen at Portman Road this season
Alex Henshall- Manchester City (Free)
Pacey winger who completed a permanent switch to Portman Road after initially joining on loan last term.
Alex, who hails from Swindon and joined City as a 15 year-old, has featured numerous times from the bench for Blues and will be hoping to break into Mick McCarthy's first-team on a regular basis.
Has taken in loan spells at Chesterfield and Bristol Rovers whilst on City's books.
Cameron Stewart- Hull (Free)
Another wideman to join the Town ranks, after checking in at Portman Road on a free transfer after leaving Premier League side Hull.
Began his career at Manchester United, before joining Hull and helping the Tigers earn promotion to the top flight.
Spent time on loan at Burnley, Blackburn, Charlton and Leeds- who he almost joined permanently- before eventually switching to Suffolk to become Town's second swoop of the summer.
Stephen Hunt- (Re-signed)
Experienced performer who has represented the Republic of Ireland at the European Championships.
Joined up with Town on a trial basis in late 2013, before penning a short-term deal until January, linking up with his former Wolves boss Mick McCarthy.
Impressed enough to extend his stay at Portman Road until the end of the season and wears the number 12 shirt for the Blues.
Jonathan Parr- Crystal Palace (Free)
Experienced defender who arrived at Portman Road on a free transfer, after spending the last three years at Crystal Palace.
The left-back helped the Eagles win promotion to the Premier League and has also earned international recognition for Norway.
An attacking full-back, Jonny has signed a two-year deal at Town and becomes Mick McCarthy's fourth signing of the close season.
Bartosz Bialkowski- Notts County (undisclosed)
Polish stopper who agreed a two-year contract at Portman Road after moving to Suffolk from League One side, Notts County.
The 'keeper began his career at Southampton and actually took in a loan spell at Town earlier in his career, although never featured for the Blues.
Left the Saints for Notts County and has been an almost ever-present for the Magpies, before stepping up to the Championship with Blues.
Has been handed the number 33 shirt and will be challenging Dean Gerken for the number one spot in the side.
Balint Bajner- Dortmund II- Free transfer
Powerful striker who penned a one-year deal at Portman Road with the option of a further 12 months, after impressing during a trial with Town.
Endeared himself to the fans with a stunning goal against Southend in pre-season, before following that up the following week against Leyton Orient.
The Hungarian striker, who made one appearance for Dortmund's first-team, will wear the number 14 shirt for Mick McCarthy's side.
Kevin Bru- Levski Sofia- Free transfer
French-Mauritian midfielder who joined Town on a free transfer after leaving Bulgarian side, Levski Sofia.
The former Rennes man signed a one-year deal at Portman Road, with the option of a further 12 months at the Club.
Has played in France, Italy and Bulgaria and has been capped by Mauritius at international level.
Conor Sammon- Derby County (loan)
Powerful striker who joined Blues on a season-long loan from Championship rivals, Derby County.
The Republic of Ireland international, who player in the Premier League with Wigan, will wear the number 32 shirt at Portman Road.
Will provide another dimension to Mick McCarthy's frontline and will compete with the likes of David McGoldrick, Daryl Murphy and Balint Bajner for a starting berth.
Darren Ambrose- Birmingham (Free)
Popular midfielder who returned to Portman Road for a third spell in September, penning a short-term deal.
The deal sees the former Newcastle, Charlton and Palace man remain with Mick McCarthy's side until January and provides much needed experience to the ranks.
Came off the bench against Wigan for his third Town debut and will be hoping to do enough to earn a longer stay in Suffolk.
Jack Collison- West Ham (Free)
Wales international who joined Blues on a short-term deal in September, after leaving West Ham.
The midfielder, who penned an open letter to the Hammers fans after departing Upton Park, will wear the number 31 shirt at Portman Road and offers quality and experience to the ranks.
Has Championship experience after spending time on loan with Bournemouth and Wigan last term.
Jonny Williams- Crystal Palace (loan)
Midfielder who returned to Portman Road for a second loan spell in late September, much to the delight of Blues supporters.
A full Wales international, 'Joniesta' became a hugely popular figure with fans and staff after an impressive loan spell at the Club last term.
The midfielder will wear number 50 during his stay and netted on his debut, as Town came from behind to claim a share of the spoils against Sheffield Wednesday.
Jonny will remain at Portman Road until January.