Skipper Carlos tells the Club website that spirits are still high at Town and admits he can't wait to get back to Portman Road
Carlos Edwards has told the Club website that the mood in the camp is still positive as Town get set for the first home game of the season against Millwall tomorrow.
The midfielder, who was away on international duty with Trinidad for the Gold Cup during pre-season, has featured in both of the Blues’ games so far, with both matches ending in defeat against Reading and Stevenage.
However the captain has confirmed that spirits are still high all the lads are itching to step out at Portman Road and start moving up the table.
“Most of pre-season I wasn’t around the lads, but I’ve kept in contact with the manager and the players and the mood is great here,” the skipper told the Club website.
“Obviously we haven’t made the start to the season that we wanted to but there wasn’t any nervousness at Reading, we were just a bit unlucky that day.
“We’ve only played two games and things will improve. I hope once we reach a certain standard, we can maintain it and not be one of those rollercoaster sides.
“Sometimes it’s just that little bit extra that can be the difference between going down, going up or making the play-offs.
“We want to get back to winning ways because you don’t want to be playing catch-up at this early stage.
“We need to be there and biting at the top teams’ heels, making sure that if they lapse we are ready to pounce. That needs to start Saturday.”