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16 March 2021

"It’s a long way to come to achieve nothing so we’re coming here for the three points"

Cole Skuse says that while Town are expecting a tough test at Fleetwood, he and his teammates will be going into tonight's game full of confidence. 

Blues' hosts are unbeaten in five games and have only lost twice since Simon Grayson replaced Joey Barton as manager at the end of January.

Fleetwood also finished in the play-offs last season, losing to Wycombe in the semi-finals.

Skusey, who returned from a knee injury in Saturday's win over Plymouth, is ready to play his part if called upon at Highbury Stadium as Paul Cook's side seek back-to-back victories in League One.

"I played 30 minutes the other day and I felt fine," he told iFollow Ipswich. "I feel fine now. Physically I feel really good, I feel like I could go on and play for quite a bit longer. Age is just a number in my mind.

"It’ll be a different outfit to the Joey Barton team but they will be asking you questions and challenging you. It’s going to be a really tough night. It’s a long way to come to achieve nothing so we’re coming here for the three points.

"They achieved a great spot last season but we’ve had a few good results of late ourselves. We’re not underestimating anyone but we’re going into the game full of confidence."

Watch the full interview with Cole, where he also discusses his return from injury, below.

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