Striker delighted to return to fitness ahead of schedule and is ready to give his all for the Blues against the Canaries
Noel Hunt has admitted he is hoping to play a part in Town’s crunch Play-Off semi-final games with rivals Norwich, after returning to full fitness ahead of schedule.
The striker, signed from Leeds United, suffered a serious knee injury against Fulham back in February and was expected to miss the remainder of the campaign.
However the former Reading man has worked extremely hard to get back to fitness and was named on the bench against Blackburn last weekend, watching on as Town secured a Play-Off double header against the Canaries.
“It’s been really good, I’ve worked hard alongside the physios and the other lads and they’ve put me through my paces,” Noel told Ipswich Player.
“It was hard work but it’s all been worth it because I’m back now for the last few games and hopefully I can be involved.
“My general fitness isn’t too bad either which is good. I trained last week in full and I’ve done a bit extra this week.
“Obviously I was on the bench at Blackburn which was a real boost and now we have two huge games coming up against Norwich that I want to hopefully be a part of.”
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