Nouble set to extend stay at Portman Road after agreeing new two-year contract
Frank Nouble has agreed to sign a new two-year contract with Town.
The striker, who joined the Blues in January from Wolves, has impressed manager Mick McCarthy and assistant boss Terry Connor enough to be offered an extension to his deal.
Frank has made 19 appearances for the Club so far, scoring two goals which both came against Crystal Palace last season.
The former West Ham man, who began his career at Chelsea, has featured in both of Town’s opening games to the season so far, coming off the bench against Reading and starting the Cup tie against Stevenage in the week.
“We took Frank from Wolves for next to nothing and we know he’s still got a lot of learning and improving to do,” Town boss Mick McCarthy told the Club website.
“But what he’s shown is that he can be a real handful and we want to work with him and try and get that out of him week in, week out.
“I’m delighted he’s agreed to sign a new deal here.”