'Keeper praises the support of the fans as his time at Portman Road nears its conclusion although he hasn't ruled out staying a Blue for next term just yet
Scott Loach has thanked the Blue Army and everybody connected to the Club, as his time at Portman Road seemingly nears its conclusion.
The popular stopper, who joined from Watford in 2012, has been told by manager Mick McCarthy that he can move to another club this summer.
The Nottingham-born ‘keeper has admitted he’s loved his time in Suffolk and, although he’s been told he can leave, Scott hasn’t ruled out remaining at Portman Road come the start of next season.
“Although the gaffer has said I can move on, nothing is set in stone just yet,” Loachy told the Club website, in an exclusive interview.
“I won’t write off playing for Ipswich again just yet because you never know what happens in football, but it looks as if my time here is coming to an end.
“I just want to say thank you to everyone at the Club, the gaffer, the players and all the fans who have been absolutely superb with me.
“I’ve had a brilliant time at Ipswich Town. I remember sitting in the stands as a kid dreaming of playing for the Club and I’ve been fortunate to have fulfilled that dream.
“Wherever that has been successful or not, that’s up to people to make their own minds up. All I know is that I’ve lived my dream and it’s been an honour to play for Ipswich Town.
"The Club is heading in the right direction and everybody connected to Ipswich is a credit to the Club. They all deserve a big future ahead."Tweets by @Official_ITFC