Midfielder hoping to finally visit Wembley by helping Town edge past the Canaries in the second leg of the Play-Off semi-final this weekend
Paul Anderson is hoping it will be ‘his turn’ to reach Wembley, as Town look to get past rivals Norwich City in the semi-finals of the Play-Offs.
The winger, who scored the equaliser against the Canaries in the Portman Road first leg, is hoping the Blues can get the victory at Carrow Road on Saturday and finally set himself up a Wembley visit- having turned down opportunities before.
“We’re all looking forward to it, the occasion is massive for both sides,” Ando told Ipswich Player.
“The prize for both teams is to get to Wembley and that’s something we all want.
“I’ve dreamt about going there for years and I’ve turned down tickets in the past, because I always wanted to go when it was my turn- which I hope will be in a couple of weeks.
“That’s the aim but the main focus is on the second-leg at Norwich. It’s going to be a tough game, of course, but one we are all excited about and we can’t wait to get out there.”
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