'He’s a very good footballer. The challenge for him now is to stay out of the treatment room'
Paul Lambert says Emyr Huws has to get his career going again and will be a big asset to Ipswich Town when he does.
The midfielder was on the bench for the weekend win over Rotherham, 13 months after he last appeared in a Town shirt.
A knee injury has hindered his progress at Portman Road but he’s been back in training for a few weeks and closing in on a return to action.
“Emyr is doing well having been out for a long, long time,” the Town boss told the Club website.
“He’s in a good place at the moment. There is no question about his talent. He’s a very good footballer. The challenge for him now is to stay out of the treatment room.
“He has to get his career going. It’s important now for him to get back to playing football matches - week in, week out. When he’s back and playing regularly, he will be a big asset to us.”