"I didn't think I'd got enough on my header but I'm very happy it found the corner"
James Wilson is hoping he continues to pose a threat from set pieces after notching his second goal in three matches for Town against Lincoln this evening.
The defender's 72nd-minute header earned Paul Cook's side a point at Portman Road after The Imps had taken the lead in the first half.
Willo was also on target a week ago when Blues came from behind to beat Accrington Stanley at Wham Stadium.
"To be honest I think it's a good point. We maybe could have nicked it but I thought we did quite well in the second half," the Town centre-half told iFollow Ipswich.
"It will take time to implement everything we want to and I'd say they probably edged it first half, but then we definitely had the better of the second half so maybe a point is a fair result.
"I didn't think I'd got enough on my header but I'm very happy it found the corner.
"Two in three is probably a record for me! But hopefully I can continue to help out with a few for the remainder of the season.
"We've done a lot of work on set-pieces and things are going well in that area so hopefully it continues."
The full interview with Willo is on iFollow Ipswich.