"It tests you as a team and as individuals. It’s really tough and we will see what the group is made of over the first week or two"
Luke Chambers says that pre-season is going to be massive for him personally and for the Club.
The Town skipper was back at Portman Road today to take part in a zip-slide experience to help raise funds and awareness for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices and while he is enjoying his summer break, June 24 is penned in as a key date in his diary.
“It will be a massive pre-season for the Club and for me personally.
“The manager is working hard to get players in and while in an ideal world you would have your squad in place for the start of pre-season, that rarely happens.
“Some players have moved on and it’s going to be a clean slate. It’s an opportunity to build again and get everyone together and going in the same direction.
“For me personally, it’s massive as well. Over the last three or four years I’ve had niggles and not had the fullest of pre-seasons, this year I want to be clear of all that.
“I’ve been working hard over last few weeks and I’ll be remember come June 24 when we go back and we have to hit the ground running.
“Pre-season tests you as a team and as individuals. It’s really tough and we will see what the group is made of over the first week or two.”
Watch the full interview with Chambo on iFollow later today.