Town forward on his immediate impact against Crewe this afternoon
Aaron Drinan said he 'didn't care' how the ball found the back of the net after notching his first goal for Town today.
The Blues striker came on as second-half substitute in a 1-1 draw away to Crewe, and scored with his second touch at The Alexandra Stadium.
"I was always confident my first goal would come," Aaron told iFollow Ipswich.
"I just had to keep working hard and that's what I did. I didn't care how it went in, just that I scored and it helped us.
"On another day we might have nicked it. I think we could have got something against Sunderland on Tuesday as well, but obviously having ten men wasn't ideal.
"But getting the first goal is usually the hardest and I've done that now, so that's a positive for me.
"I got smashed on the goal but thankfully it's just a dead leg. Hopefully I can help the team going forward because we need to kick on."