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DIDZ: PROFESSIONAL JOB DONE

7 May 2016

Town striker delighted with recent results despite having nothing to play for

David McGoldrick has been pleased with the professional job done by the Town players over the past couple of games, despite knowing that they wouldn’t be in the Play-Offs.

The striker scored the winning goal from the penalty spot as the Blues signed off their 2015/16 campaign with a win over promotion hopefuls Derby at the iPro Stadium.

“Since we found out we won’t be in the Play-Offs I think we have done all of the right things,” the Irishman told Ipswich Player HD.

“We’ve gone out and still competed like we normally do. We’ve come to Derby who have been on a good unbeaten run and won 1-0 so it’s a good way to end the season.

“Over the past month or so, our home form should have been better, but we’ve come away to some tough games: Sheffield Wednesday, Middlesbrough and now Derby and picked up some points so I think we can be pleased with that.

“It was nice to get a goal last week, again this week, and with them both being wins that makes it even better so hopefully I can carry that on to next season.

“I’m not 100% yet [after his injury] but I’m getting there slowly. I don’t know when the Ireland squad gets picked but I’m going to try and stay fit until I find out so hopefully I’ll be in it.

“The fans were shouting and screaming my name today so I’m thankful for them because they could have not come with there being nothing to play for so fair play to them for coming and we’ve given them a victory to send off with.”


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