Striker speaks exclusively to Ipswich Player HD after officially joining Town for an undisclosed fee from Forest Green Rovers
Kieffer Moore has spoken of his delight at joining Town, after his move to Portman Road was officially ratified this morning.
The striker becomes Mick McCarthy's first signing of the January transfer window, after moving to Portman Road from Forest Green Rovers for an undisclosed fee and penning an 18 month contract.
Ipswich Player HD, as always, was on hand to greet the new man to get his immediate reaction to making the move.
"I'm ecstatic to be here and delighted to get the move to a Club of this stature," the 24 year-old exclusively told Ipswich Player HD.
"The manager has brought me in and I'm grateful for that. It's a huge Club and I'm going to relish playing here.
"The move happened pretty quickly and I was at the game on Saturday to sign, so it was good to see the boys in action and give me a glimpse of what a matchday at Portman Road is like.
"I know it's a big step up to the Championship from the National League, but I've played at this level before and I'm certainly looking forward to the challenges ahead.
"I just can't wait to get started now and give my all for Ipswich."
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