Full-back on a return to football and Town's main aim for the campaign
Kane Vincent-Young said he is feeling good after completing the first week of pre-season with Town.
The Blues defender had a troubled debut campaign at Portman Road, as a recurring groin injury forced him to miss the majority of the season, but the 24-year-old is looking to kick on this time around.
Blues returned to training last week, albeit in much changed conditions that are in line with the protocols of a stage one return to training, and Kane admits the break in football due to Covid-19 has benefitted his recovery.
“My groin feels good,” Kane told the Club website.
“As tragic as lockdown and the virus has been, it has given me and the other injured players a chance to get back up to speed.
“It’s great to be back, great to see the boys after so long and I’m feeling good and really looking forward to the next couple of weeks.”
A disappointing 2019/20 campaign saw Blues finish 11th through a PPG (points-per-game) formula after the League One season was curtailed due to the pandemic and Kane is targeting promotion back to the Championship this season.
“I think the aims have to be the same as what we had last season,” Kane added.
“We need to get back up. We have a good squad and hopefully we have a clear run in terms of injuries.
"A strong start is important and hopefully we maintain that along the course of the season to get back to where we need to be."