"I’m looking forward more to getting back next season and having a real go at taking this Club back into the Championship”
Paul Lambert says he’s looking forward to the challenge of taking Town back up to the Championship.
Blues finished the campaign with three points after Collin Quaner’s 90th minute goal gave Town a 3-2 win over Play-Off bound Leeds.
“We have played like that up to about four games ago but the difference this time is that we got our rewards,” the Town boss told iFollow.
“We were terrific right from the off against a very good side. We were outstanding.
“It was a proper game of football and the lads played with desire and hunger, courage, everything we can ask for. Forget ability, that’s secondary. The whole package of being a footballer is having that desire.
“The young players will be better for the experience of this season. They have to learn.
“We have got fantastic support behind us and that’s vital and I want to thank the fans for that. We all need a break and then we will go again. I’m looking forward to a break but I’m looking forward more to getting back next season and having a real go at taking this Club back into the Championship.”
Paul added that Town may consider appealing over Luke Chambers’ red card, with the skipper sent-off for a foul on Kemar Roofe that led to a penalty for the Whites.
For the full interview, see iFollow.