McGoldrick believes he's finding his best form again for Town after putting his injury frustrations behind him
David McGoldrick believes he is back to his best after recovering from the long-term injury which kept him out of action for long periods of last season.
The striker has scored three and assisted three in all competitions so far this term and believes the best is yet to come from him and Town as they look to continue their impressive start after the international break.
The former Nottingham Forest striker, who was pulled out of the Republic of Ireland squad with a slight groin injury, is raring to go again for the Blues starting with Friday's clash at Reading.
"It’s been a long calendar year as I first got injured at the start of February but it’s great to get back on that pitch," Did z told Ipswich Player HD.
"I’ve had to wait my turn because Freddie and Murph have been on fire so to score my first goal of the season against Burnley recently was an amazing feeling.
"The competition for places is good for the Club and good for us as we can push each other on. When you play you’re going to have to give absolutely everything to stay in the team.
"Everybody is talking about our strikeforce, but there are not many better centre-halves and full-backs in the Championship than there are here. Our midfield is really good as well so the squad is the best it’s been since I’ve been here so it all bodes well for a good season.
"Everybody wants to be in the Premier League but sometimes to get there it’s not all about quality, but being consistent and performing week in, week out.
"Personally, I’m feeling sharp now and I feel like I’m getting back to my best. Injuries come with the game but hopefully I can have a good season both for myself and especially for Ipswich."