"Judgey's free-kick was brilliant. He has been great and that set piece was top class"
Paul Lambert was full of praise for Alan Judge's free-kick against Doncaster this afternoon.
The Irish midfielder fired Town into the lead with a curling effort from almost 30 yards out in the first half, before James Norwood was in the right place at the right time to add a second for the hosts in the 54th minute.
Rovers pulled one back but Blues' stood firm to make it back-to-back wins following Tuesday night's victory away to Hull City.
"I thought it was another encouraging performance," Paul told iFollow Ipswich.
"That's twice in four days that we've played teams towards the top of the table and we've come away with two wins.
"There's a long way to go in the season and we saw some good stuff today. Norwood coming back has been a boost for us and Troy Parrott is doing well at the moment as well.
"Judgey's free-kick was brilliant. He has been great and that set piece was top class.
"I've only seen it back once but it looked like the goalkeeper had no chance.
"There was some good football played by both teams in the first half in particular. Doncaster are difficult to play against but we did well today. It's a good result and now we'll focus on Accrington."
See the full interview with Paul on iFollow Ipswich.