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1 December 2012

DJ delighted at Town's late show after coming from behind to beat Bolton at the Reebok Stadium

DJ Campbell praised the character of his Town team-mates, as Blues came from behind to beat Bolton 2-1 at the Reebok Stadium.

Mark Davies had fired the hosts into an early lead, with DJ then netting a penalty to level the scores, before Michael Chopra struck in the final minute to win it for Town.

The on-loan striker admits the side are over the moon at taking all three points but insists nobody is getting carried away.

“It was a massive three points and the lads are all buzzing,” DJ told the Club website.

“We’ve come to Bolton and won, which is a tough task in itself, and it just tops off a good week following the win over Forest.

“I think coming back after a poor start just shows the character in the team and I was delighted for Chops (Michael Chopra) at the end there.

“We’re on the up and we’ve got to keep that going. I definitely think the future is bright for Ipswich but we’re not getting carried away.

“We’re taking it one game at a time and the main focus is now Millwall on Saturday.” 

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