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1 July 2014

New Blue wants to score 'em as well as create 'em

Cameron Stewart is out to score goals as well as create them after joining Town on a three year deal. 

The 23-year-old winger, who started his career at Manchester United,  has arrived at Portman Road as a free agent after coming to the end of his contract at Hull. 

He spent last season on loan at Charlton and Leeds and was reported to be on the way to Elland Road before agreeing to become Mick McCarthy’s second signing of the summer, following fellow wideman Alex Henshall’s arrival last week.

“Once I knew there was an opportunity to come here, things moved on very quickly,” Cameron told the Club website. 

“I wanted to get down here and meet the players and get going as soon as possible and I’m delighted it has all been sorted out so fast. 

“I have spent a lot of the last four years playing in the Championship so I know what it’s about.

“I know Ipswich were close to the Play-Offs last season and it’s looks to be a club going forward. Hopefully I can play my part in that continuing. 

“As well as helping to create chances for the team, I want to chip in with a few goals myself. I scored three goals in 10 or so games for Charlton last season and I want to go out and do better than that at Ipswich. 

“I don’t know too many of the lads here but they have welcomed me into the Club and I’m really looking forward to getting going now.”

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