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4 November 2014

Striker praises the character of his Town teammates and is eyeing up another three points at the weekend

Daryl Murphy praised the character of the Town side, as Blues defeated Wolves at Portman Road to move into the Play-Off positions.

The Republic of Ireland international scored both of Town’s goals this evening- both of them impressive finishes- either side of James Henry’s strike for Kenny Jackett’s men.

“It was a great night for us tonight but the main thing is getting the result, which was massive for us,” Murph exclusively told the Club website.

“Obviously it’s a tough week with three games in seven days but that’s two out of two now and we go into Saturday’s game against Watford full of confidence.

“On a personal level it was a bonus to get two goals and I’m pleased with my form in front of goal. That’s 10 for the season now and although I’m not going to reveal the targets that I set at the start of the campaign, I’m happy with my return so far.

“We showed a lot of character to go back in front so soon after they scored and I think we deserved the win.

“The spirit was fantastic and I also thought the fans played a huge part tonight, as the atmosphere was electric.

“Hopefully we can have a repeat on Saturday and we are all looking forward to the game now.”

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