Midfielder chose Town over other interested parties as he looks to 'finish the job' with hopefully promotion to the top flight
Jonny Williams believes he has ‘unfinished business’ with Town and is aiming to play his part in hopefully a successful promotion push.
The Wales international arrived at Portman Road for a third loan spell last week and has instantly set his sights on going one better than last season and making the Play-Offs- or maybe even higher.
“I feel like I’ve got unfinished business here,” the Crystal Palace loanee told the official Club website.
“I’ve been here twice already and last season we were very close to the Play-Offs. If a couple of moments had gone our way I think we could have finished in the top six.
“The difference between making the top six and missing out is so slim. I’m hoping this year I can contribute over the last seven games to at least get us in the top six - if not higher.
“I’m delighted to be back and raring to go again.”
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The midfielder last featured for Town in November against Watford, where a serious injury forced him off, but Jonny is happy with the recovery he has made and is ready to go if called upon by Town boss, Mick McCarthy.
"I’m feeling good," he added.
"Obviously I have not played in five months but hopefully the match fitness will come quickly, as I have worked very hard to get to where I am now.
"It’s been tough work but I’m happy where I am and it’s about playing games now."