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26 October 2013

Didz left frustrated that Town haven't taken all three points after notching first away goal of the season

David McGoldrick believes Town’s search for an away day victory isn’t too far away and that Blues must focus on the positives, after a third successive stalemate on the road.

The former Nottingham Forest man netted with 15 minutes remaining to ensure Town left the Reebok Stadium with a share of the spoils, after Medo Kamara had fired Bolton in front with a fine free-kick.

Despite another point to the tally, the striker was somewhat disappointed that Town didn’t take all three points and admitted that it’s a position the Blues have been in far too many times this season.

“It’s a bit like a broken record as every week we are saying the same things away from home,” Didz told the Club website.

“You look at the games such as Derby, Sheffield Wednesday, Birmingham and even the games at the start of the season like Reading and QPR, these are all games where we should have come away with more points than we’ve taken.

“But we can’t dwell on that and we need to take the positives. Time will change, we will get that first away win soon and we will keep pushing on and looking up rather than down.”

Town’s top scorer was delighted to get on the scoresheet for the first time away from Portman Road this season though and was quick to thank the support of the travelling Blue Army.

“I’m delighted to get my first away goal of the season, especially in front of the travelling Town fans,” added the striker.

“I held my run well and when the ball broke to me, I just thought I should it straightaway even though it was on my left and thankfully it’s gone into the corner.

“It took us seven hours to get here yesterday so we know how far they’ve had to travel and when you add up the petrol and match tickets that they’ve forked out for, we really do appreciate their support.” 

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