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26 October 2012

Town defender wants to ensure Blues are not locked in a relegation scrap this season

Luke Chambers has issued a rallying call to his Town team-mates, insisting it’s time to start picking up points.

The defender, who arrived at Portman Road in the summer, admits he doesn’t want to be stuck in a relegation scrap this season and is looking for a winning start under caretaker boss Chris Hutchings against Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow.

“We’re bottom of the table which is obviously not where we want to be and all the players know that,” said Luke, in an exclusive interview featured in tomorrow’s matchday programme.

“I came to Ipswich to be successful and I still believe we can be successful, but we need to sort this out and start picking up points to ensure we’re not looking at a relegation battle this season.

“I don’t think anybody expected us to be in this position and when the luck is against you, it really is against you.

“That’s not me making excuses at all but the positives we can take at the minute is that we aren’t getting hammered and we are taking the lead in games, it’s just time we started seeing these games out.”

Tickets are still available for the game tomorrow, with over 1000 away fans making the trip to Suffolk.

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