Bishop ready for biggest test of his career and admits he wants to get to Wembley for hs injured teammate
Teddy Bishop has said the Town players will be looking to get to Wembley for not just themselves, but for teammate Luke Varney who suffered a serious injury in the Championship Play-Off semi-final first leg.
The Academy product, who has labelled the second leg at Carrow Road as the biggest of his career, believes the Blues will use the cruel injury to Varney as motivation to get the result needed to reach the final.
Mick McCarthy’s side go into the second-leg level pegging with the Canaries, as Paul Anderson’s goal cancelled out Jonny Howson’s opener at Portman Road.
“It’s a massive game, it’s the biggest of my career,” Teddy exclusively told Ipswich Player.
“I grew up when this Club was in the Premier League and doing really well. The lads have been fantastic this season and to get back there would be a great achievement and hopefully we can kick on now.
“Obviously it’s sad that Luke won’t be playing. He’s a top man and he didn’t deserve the injury he got, so we will certainly be going out there to try and do it for him as well.”