Defender is grateful for the opportunity to join The Blues and admits he is 'chomping at the bit' to get his Town career underway
Jordan Spence has spoken of his excitement to finally join Town, after penning a deal until the end of the season at Portman Road yesterday.
The 26 year-old becomes Mick McCarthy's second addition of the January transfer window, following the arrival of Kieffer Moore, and it's a move that almost happened a few months ago when the defender spent time on trial with The Blues.
Whilst that switch didn't materialise at the time, Jordan admits he's delighted to finally team up at Town and is eager to get his Ipswich career started.
"I'm really pleased and grateful to see this move happen and it's a great opportunity for me," the right-back told the official Club website.
"I'm super excited to get going and I'm really looking forward to it. It's a move that happened relatively quickly but having trained with the Club a few months prior I knew all about the manager and the players, so it was an easy decision for me to sign.
"Obviously I haven't played too many matches this season, but I've always been pretty fortunate that I've been a naturally fit guy and I'll certainly be ready when the gaffer calls upon me.
"As I've mentioned, this is a great opportunity at a big football club and I'm chomping at the bit to get going."
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