Mick salutes progress of young Blues in friendly clash with Hammers
Jack Marriott was the closest to breaking the deadlock, firing inches wide of the far post in the first-half in front of close on 9000 fans at Portman Road in Blues' second pre-season friendly.
“It was a good work-out for both teams – well all four teams if you like, with us both playing a different 11 in the second-half,” the Town boss told the Club website.
“We had some good chances in the first-half. Jack, Cameron Stewart, Frank [Nouble].
“It was a bit more of a stalemate in the second-half but it’s never easy changing things around at half-time and players starting the game then.
“I was pleased with our youngsters. Teddy Bishop did great. He’s a good footballer and showed tonight that he can get around the pitch and put a tackle in.
“Alex Henshall showed his pace and put some good crosses in as well so that was encouraging, seeing the young players out there.”