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29 January 2015

Midfielder looking to play his part in taking Club back to where it was

Darren Ambrose is hoping to extend his stay at Portman Road beyond this season as he looks to get back to where it all started for him at Town. 

The 30-year-old midfielder is in his third spell at the Club after seeing a short term deal from September to the end of 2014 extended until the summer.

“I want to stay here beyond that. The manager knows that,” said Darren, speaking in an interview in Saturday’s matchday programme. 

“We will have to see what happens at the end of the season. For now, it’s about helping the team over the rest of the season.

“I started as a youth player with Ipswich in the Premier League, I made my debut for the Club in the Premier League. 

“Wherever I have gone, I have said Ipswich Town is a Premier League club. This season we have a chance of getting back there. I want to do my bit.”

For the full interview with Darren on why he stopped enjoying his football, why the club he played for in Greece banned away fans and why he was devastated to be watching Sky’s Soccer Saturday at the start of the season and more, see Saturday’s matchday programme. 
Also included in the publication are Noel Hunt on Lewis Hamilton, Kevin Bru on scoring goals, Paddy Kenny on being a Blue, Freddie Sears on hitting the 20 mark and the manager’s PA on the crazy world of Thatcher, Bullard, Bowyer and Hunty!  

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