Grant here to play his part in challenge for Play-Offs after making Blues his first choice
The winger signed a three year deal with the Club after Town agreed an undisclosed fee with Tottenham, with other Championship sides also showing an interest in the 21-year-old.
“There was some interest from other clubs but as soon as I knew Ipswich wanted me, they were always going to be my first choice,” Grant told Ipswich Player HD.
“I know about the history of the club. It’s a big club. I know about the manager and he made it clear he was eager for me to come here. That was a big thing in me signing.
“I have been on loan a few times and obviously came through the youth ranks at Tottenham and it’s a big decision for me to leave them but it felt the right time for me to go.
“Looking at the future, it would be nice to have a chance to play in the Premier League one day. Hopefully I can do that with Ipswich.
“We’ve got a good squad here and getting in the Play-Offs is the target. I’m here to play my part in that.”
Grant’s move to Portman Road sees him reunited with a man who had an early influence on his career, Town’s Academy manager Bryan Klug.
“Bryan was my manager at Tottenham at U15 level and gave my scholarship when I was 16,” added the wideman.
“He’s a nice guy and always gave good references about Ipswich so it will be good to be working at the same club as him.”
Subscribers to Ipswich Player HD can watch a full interview with Grant tomorrow.