"He's played a part in my goals over the last few games, and he knows that I'll work for him and the rest of the team as well."
James Norwood said he is enjoying the opportunity to line up in a front two alongside Macauley Bonne.
The striker, who netted Town's winner over Wycombe on Wendesday and has scored three goals in his last three games, picked up the Club's Player of the Month award this morning.
Almost 3,500 Blues fans voted Nors their star man in December, the 31-year-old beating Christian Walton and George Edmundson to the gong with 56.2% of the votes.
"I think people can see that Macca and I get on really well," Nors told iFollow Ipswich.
"The gaffer joked before the game against Wycombe that we needed to be the Bash Brothers! That's a good one for anyone that's seen The Mighty Ducks!
"We were up for that task and Macca is someone that works his socks off. He's played a part in my goals over the last few games, and he knows that I'll work for him and the rest of the team as well.
"He had a fantastic start to the season and has gone through a little bit of a drought, but you know he has the quality to go on another run.
"I think the fans can appreciate when a striker is going through a drought, but they’ll always get right behind you if you’re working hard for the team, and he always does that.
"We showed that hard work against Wycombe and that we have quality in the team, but we can also do the dirty side of the game. It's important to have a flexible approach and I'm enjoying it."