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3 November 2021

"It’s just another step on the road and hopefully we can back that up on Saturday"

Cam Burgess says that Town made a statement with last night's 4-1 victory at Wycombe but his focus has already switched to the next game.

A Bersant Celina brace, either side of goals from Macauley Bonne and Wes Burns, saw Paul Cook's side end the Chairboys' 100% home record so far this season.

The Blues now have a 10-day break from League One action, Saturday's first round FA Cup tie against Oldham being followed by the final Papa John's Trophy group fixture against Colchester United next midweek.

"They obviously hadn't lost here yet this season so it’s a bit of a statement but for us, it’s just another step on the road and hopefully we can back that up on Saturday," Cam told iFollow Ipswich.

"Nothing changes, we take that into the cup games to hopefully get good results and put us into the next round in both competitions.

"I’m just glad to get the three points. I think all of the lads put in a good performance and there were loads of smiles in the dressing room."

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Town were backed by yet another sold out away end at Adams Park, around 1,800 of the Blue Army travelling to Buckinghamshire.

Cam was full of praise for the supporters and enjoyed another night where the togetherness from the pitch to the stands was on full show.

"The fans were brilliant all night and they don’t stop singing. It’s special, and it’s like you’re playing at home every week.

"You can see the celebration when we score goals. Everyone is a part of it and all of the lads appreciate that support."

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