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19 April 2021

"There will be a big turnover of players and hopefully our fans can be happy"

Paul Cook says that Town supporters will have a bright future to look forward to at the Club.

While admitting that the current form hasn't been good enough, the Blues boss is confident that better times are coming to Suffolk.

Midfielder Alan Judge and goalkeeper coach Jimmy Walker departed Portman Road last week and Paul says that it will be a summer of further change at the Club.

"We’ve still got a little bit to play for," he told iFollow Ipswich.

"We’ve got a tough game at Northampton on Tuesday. We go across there to hopefully make another small step forwards and get a positive result.

"Our form hasn’t been good enough. It’s been inconsistent and we don’t score enough goals. We want to be better. I think we can be really optimistic because we’re going into a window and a time where we will be active and exciting.

"One of the things that we can all guarantee at the moment is that Ipswich has a very bright future.

"With the personnel that’s about to come into the Club and the ownership we’ve now got, we can look forward to transfer windows, players coming into the Club that the fans can relate to, and the identity of the team being clear.

"We’ll do our business quietly and we’ll hopefully do it well. There will be a big turnover of players and hopefully our fans can be happy."

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