"I want to show what I can do on the pitch for the fans, myself and the Club"
Josh Harrop says that he hopes to provide something new to Town's attack after joining on loan from Preston North End - subject to EFL approval.
The 25-year-old former Manchester United youngster, who operates predominantly as a central attacking midfielder or the number '10' role, became Paul Lambert's second January signing today [Wednesday] - with Luke Thomas signing on loan from Barnsley a day earlier.
Josh emphasised his appetite to succeed with Blues and gave an insight into what he hopes to bring to the side.
"I’d like to think I’m an honest player, I give my all," he told iFollow Ipswich.
"I’m technical. I like to get on the ball and make things happen.
"That’s my game; to create things going forward and to make things happen. Whether that’s a through ball, a cross or driving through the middle. That’s what I want to be doing while I’m here. I want to be performing week in, week out and showing what I’m about.
"I want to score goals, I want to show what I can do on the pitch for the fans, myself and the Club.
"I prefer to play through the middle. I want to bring something new to the team, kick on and do well here.
"It’s in my character that I want to win things. Hopefully, I’ll help the squad push for that. I’ve come in for myself and the Club to do well."
See the full interview with Josh on iFollow Ipswich.