What went on in the past five days at Town
Freddie Sears was ruled out for between nine months and a year after a scan revealed that he had sustained damage to his ACL during Town's clash with Norwich at Carrow Road last weekend.
Young forward Kai Brown (pictured below) penned his first professional contract with Blues.
Town exited the FA Youth Cup at the fifth round stage following a 4-1 defeat against Watford.
Full-back James Bree was on press duty ahead of Blues' clash with Derby at Portman Road on Wednesday. See what he had to say here.
Jon Nolan found the net as Town drew 1-1 with Derby. The midfielder came on as a second-half substitute and scored with just his second touch against the Rams.
He spoke to iFollow Ipswich after the match, as did Blues boss Paul Lambert. The latter emphasised how proud he was of his players after being held to a point against Play-Off contenders Derby.
Wigan Athletic announced a promotional offer for the clash with Blues next Saturday. U18 and student supporters of both clubs can claim a match ticket for the Championship fixture at the DW Stadium free of charge - more details here.
The boss discussed the important role homegrown players at Town have to play going forward, with Paul looking to create a clear identity for the Club - both on and off the pitch.
Freddie won the January Goal of the Month award for his superb effort against Aston Villa.
Will Keane revealed his thoughts on potentially playing international football for Republic of Ireland. The striker also explained his contract situation with parent club Hull and pondered the idea of a future with Blues. The full interview with the 26-year-old is in today's official matchday programme.
The Club announced that Planet Blue would host a signing session with five Town players on Wednesday, February 20.
The boss accepted a misconduct charge from the FA following his dismissal against Norwich last Sunday.