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10 September 2014

Skipper Luke Chambers insists Town are raring to go again and admits McGoldrick is fully focused on the task ahead

Luke Chambers insists Town- and David McGoldrick- are ‘raring to go’ following the international break, as Blues welcome Millwall to Suffolk as part of a Portman Road double-header this week.

The skipper was back in training with his teammates this week ahead of the game against the Lions and told the Club website that spirits are high in the camp, as Blues prepare for another busy month.

Also back training was striker David McGoldrick, who saw a potential deadline day move to Leicester City fail to materialise, with Chambo admitting the striker is fully focused on the task ahead with Town.

“For Didz, of course it’s disappointing to miss out on playing in the Premier League but he’s a down-to-earth guy and all he wants to do now is help Ipswich into the top flight,” Luke told the Club website.

“He’s come back into training with the lads and got on with his job, just like he always does.

“What I do know about Didz is that whenever he steps over the white line, you won’t get a more committed player and he will be giving his all for us whenever he pulls on the Blue shirt.

“We’ve all had a good break but the lads are ready to get back out there now and get stuck into two home games this week, starting with Millwall on Saturday.
“It was good to have a few days off and we all look forward to having a break when they come around. At the same time though, it’s good to get back on the training pitch with the boys.”

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