"We took our chances in the second half and coming to a place like this and taking all three points is great"
Kayden Jackson was pleased Town made the most of the momentum they had in this afternoon's 2-1 victory over Plymoith at Home Park.
Two goals in two minutes saw Blues complete the comeback after Argyle's Luke Jephcott opened the scoring for the hosts in the first half.
Danny Mayor was sent off for Plymouth about 20 minutes from time after picking up two yellow cards, Town levelling three minutes after his dismissal through Jon Nolan before Kayden fired Paul Lambert's side in front.
"Obviously we were disappointed with the position we were in at half-time," the Town forward told iFollow Ipswich.
"But we took our chances in the second half and coming to a place like this and taking all three points is great.
"We had the momentum and were getting bodies forward in the second half. Hawks [Oli Hawkins] came on and did brilliantly for my goal.
"He put it on a plate for me with a lovely touch down and thankfully I connected well and the ball found the bottom corner.
"It's a good turnaround win and it makes the long journey home a lot better. We have to stay positive, keep working and keep improving."
See the full interview with Kayden on iFollow Ipswich.