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3 May 2014

Midfielder delighted to sign off with a goal and three points and is hoping to be back at Portman Road next term

Paul Green was delighted to play his part, as Town finished the season on a winning note with three points over Sheffield Wednesday.

The midfielder netted the winning goal, after Tommy Smith had earlier fired Town in front with Kieran Lee having pulled the Owls level.

It was the final game of Paul’s loan move from Leeds, although the Republic of Ireland international is hoping to be back at Portman Road next season.

“It was the perfect way to end the season this afternoon. We’ve sent the fans home happy with a solid three points and we can look forward to next year now,” Greenie told the Club website.

“We did well today and it’s nice to finish strongly. The gaffer has told us how proud he’s been of us this season and has challenged us to improve on that next season.

“I’m not sure where I’ll be playing football next year but I’d like to stay, as I’ve mentioned before. I’ve enjoyed playing regular football again and I’ve fitted in well with the lads and the staff.

“It was nice to get another goal and I seem to like that end of the pitch! I’ve timed my run well and got my head to Hunty’s [Stephen Hunt] cross, so I was delighted to see it end up in the back of the net.

“As I’ve said, it was a great way to finish the season and it sends everybody into the summer in good spirits.”

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