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23 November 2016

The skipper admits the players are still frustrated following Saturday's defeat but insists it's time to get back on track with victory over QPR this weekend

Luke Chambers has insisted Town need to 'put right the wrongs' of last Saturday, with the squad still hurting following that defeat to Nottingham Forest.

The players will be in every day this week to train, working up to the weekend's home clash with QPR who will no doubt arrive at Portman Road with the 'Ollie factor', following the appointment of Ian Holloway as their new boss.

"It's good to have another home game this weekend as we are itching to put right the Forest result," the skipper told the official Club website.

"We are still hurting from that result. Everyone was flat after the game and it's about picking yourself up and going again now.

"We've got a tough game against QPR to focus on now, who will come here galvanised after winning at the weekend under their new manager.

"Ollie has immediately had an impact there but we don't want that to continue on Saturday at our place.

"We are in all this week to train and I'm sure the gaffer will have us working on a few things. We've conceded a few rubbish goals recently, from a defensive point of view and that has to be addressed."  


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