"I've learnt so many things in the seven weeks I've been involved"
Kieron Dyer said he was pleased with the quantity of chances created by Town this evening but admits the volume of goals Blues score is a worry.
Paul Cook's side were held to a goalless draw away at Shrewsbury, and were wasteful with a number of chances spurned in front of goal.
“We created lots of chances in the second half,” Kieron told iFollow Ipswich.
“It’s pleasing that we’ve probably created more chances in the last two games than what have done for the previous seven weeks I’ve been involved [in the first-team]. However, it’s worrying that we’re not hitting the target.”
Kieron has been working in the first-team setup alongside his U23 managerial duties since Paul Cook’s appointment at the Club, and spoke about the educational side of the role.
“I’ve learnt so many things in the seven weeks I've been involved, which probably would’ve taken me two years to learn, so I’ll be forever indebted to the manager.
“We’ve got a very good manager and he’ll get this place back to where it should be.”
Kane Vincent-Young was forced off in stoppage time, and Kieron confirmed that it’s a shoulder injury for the Town full-back.
“Kane went down awkwardly, and it looks to be a shoulder injury. We’ll see how it settles down in the next couple of days, and if he needs a scan, I’m sure that’ll be done.”