Midfielder praises the support of the Blue Army and is now eyeing up a full 90 minutes after opening his account for the Club
Teddy Bishop has praised the part the fans played in Town securing an away point at Bournemouth, labelling the Blue Army support as ‘quality’.
The midfielder came off the bench to score his first senior goal for the Club, with Daryl Murphy then grabbing a second Town goal to see Mick McCarthy’s side claim a share of the spoils.
“The fans were brilliant on Saturday and they never stopped singing. They were quality,” Teddy told the Club website.
“They always are in fairness to them and they filled the away end, which makes such a difference when you step out onto the pitch and see so many fans there supporting you.
“It’s a long way to come and they cheer us on whether we are winning or losing.”
The Academy graduate replaced the injured Kevin Bru, before then making way himself for Conor Sammon in injury time, with a complete 90 minutes the next target for Ted.
“I was a sub that got subbed!” Ted joked.
“It shows how much of a squad game it is though and the gaffer made the right call, as Conor put himself about well in the final few minutes.
“Everyone plays their part and that was proven when I came on for Kevin so early on. It was a great result and I’m happy to contribute to the team- I just want to get that 90 minutes under my belt now!”