"He's quick, direct and good with both feet," says Town 'keeper on Hull wide man
Bartosz Bialkowski has warned of the threat that Kamil Grosicki bears ahead of Town's clash against Hull City at Portman Road this weekend.
The Blues shot-stopper and Tigers winger know each other from international duty with Poland, with the latter having won 66 caps and scored 12 goals for his country.
And this season the 30-year-old has found the net for Hull on five occasions while also contributing 11 assists - the joint-most in the Championship.
"He's quick, direct and good with both feet," Bart told iFollow Ipswich.
"He will pose a threat from both sides because he can put in good deliveries from anywhere.
"But we will do all we can to keep him quiet. They have other dangerous players like Jarrod Bowen as well so we need to be balanced.
"We have been playing well, though, so we must focus on what we can do and hopefully keep playing like we have been to get the win.
"We're certainly going into the match with a positive attitude and that's a good feeling."