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15 January 2013

Striker David admits he is excited about his future at Town and cannot wait to walk out at 'unique' Portman Road

David McGoldrick is hoping to keep his place in the Town line-up for Saturday’s clash with Barnsley, so he can experience the ‘roar’ when walking out of the Portman Road tunnel.

The striker joined Blues on loan from Nottingham Forest until the end of the season and made his full debut for the Club against Cardiff last time out, after previously featuring as a substitute against Aston Villa.

Now David is relishing his Portman Road bow and admits it is a stadium he always liked visiting when an opposition player.

“I’m looking forward to putting the Ipswich shirt on and it would be nice to get some game-time on the Portman Road pitch, if selected this weekend,” the Nottingham-born striker told the Club website.

“I’ve played here quite a few times over the years and the pitch has always been a nice surface, perfect for a passing game. I also like walking out here as there is always a big roar when you come out onto the pitch from the tunnel, tucked away in the corner there, which is quite unique thesedays.

“I’m excited to be at Ipswich and it’s been easy to settle in so far, as we have a great group of lads here. Obviously I know Luke Chambers from my time at Forest, so he’s really helped me settle in and get used to the place, but all the boys have been great and the team spirit here is sky high.”


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