Defender is relishing the step up from League Two to The Championship and is hoping to be involved on opening day for The Blues
Adam Webster has admitted he can’t wait to get started with Town, with the defender hoping to be involved against Barnsley on opening day this weekend.
The 21 year-old, who arrived from Portsmouth for an undisclosed fee this summer, completed his first 90 minutes in a Town shirt against Royale Union Saint-Gilloise on Saturday and is now ready to test himself in The Championship.
“I'm definitely looking forward to it and I can't wait to get going. Let's hope we can get off to a good start and then we will see what happens after that,” Adam told the official Club website.
“I'll be looking to test myself against Championship teams. You can't slip up, you can't afford to take any chances at the back because there's so much quality in each team.
“Bringing it out from the back and trying to play are definitely strengths of mine and things I like to do but I'm a defender, first and foremost, so I have to defend. Hopefully I can show both sides of my game.”
The former Portsmouth man has also expressed how well he is settling into life at Portman Road, after finally sealing a move to Suffolk following some long-standing interest in his services from Mick McCarthy.
“There was some interest I from Ipswich last season when we played in the FA Cup and I'm just delighted the move here finally happened,” added Webs.“It's a really nice area, so everything has fallen into place and I'm really happy.”
“I've lived at home all my life so it's a bit different for me to come here but it's time for me to grow up now and I feel like it's the right time.
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