Paul Taylor tells the Club website he is looking to put a difficult time behind him and is now looking ahead with Town
Paul Taylor is looking to put a difficult time on and off the pitch behind him as he focuses on a return to first-team action with Town.
The 25-year-old striker was handed a suspended prison sentence in court yesterday, after pleading guilty to actual bodily harm over an incident in Ipswich last October.
Paul was back at the training ground this morning as he continues his recovery from a broken foot that has kept him out of action since September and he is relieved he can now concentrate fully on getting back to full fitness.
“It’s obviously been a worrying time, with the court case and I’m just relieved it’s all over,” Paul told the Club website.
“With my injury coming just a few weeks after I joined Ipswich, it was a really frustrating time for me. I made a mistake and I have apologised to the Club. With the court case and my injury, it’s been a difficult six months or so but now I can move on.
“I’ve been working hard with the physio team and I’m just looking forward now to getting out on the pitch and playing some football again.”
Town joint managing director Jonathan Symonds confirmed the Club had disciplined Paul and spoken to him about his future conduct.
“Paul has been made aware of his responsibilities. He has apologised and has volunteered to take part in some community activities on behalf of the Club,” added Jonathan.