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PUBLISHED: 11:12 14 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:12 14 January 2013

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HALFWAY through the January transfer window and Mick McCatrhy’s early plans for Ipswich Town are taking shape.

David McGoldrick, Aaron Mclean and Frank Nouble have signed to boost the Blues’ attacking threat while Patrick Kisnorbo’s one-month loan deal has strengthened defensive options – for the short-term at least.

But with McCarthy targeting Nottingham Forest keeper Lee Camp and Colchester United midfielder Anthony Wordsworth, while not giving up on DJ Campbell among others, it promises to remain a busy month at Portman Road.

Join our Ipswich Town writers, Stuart Watson and Dave Gooderham, from 1pm on this website to discuss transfer targets, Town’s impressive form and much, much more.

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Ipswich Town new boy Dominic Iorfa believes his strongest position, in the long-term, will be centre-back.

Three of Ipswich Town’s summer signings are struggling to be fit for next Saturday’s Championship opener against Birmingham City, at Portman Road.

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says he will be restricted to signing a striker on loan due to the fact the Blues can’t compete financially with some of the ‘bonkers’ transfer fees being spent in the Championship.

Blues fans of all ages have gathered at Portman Road today to meet their heroes ahead of the start of the new season.

Huge queues are building up outside Portman Road this morning for today’s annual Ipswich Town Open Day.

The second tier season starts next Friday, however, clubs are working frantically to add to their squads, ahead of a long campaign. Several deals HAVE already been done though and CHRIS BRAMMER picks out six of the best.

Nearly 60 per cent of Ipswich Town fans would like to see Luke Chambers start in the heart of the Blues defence, alongside Adam Webster, when the Championship season begins next Saturday.

Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says he is prepared to play a waiting game to sign the right striker before the transfer window shuts.

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy won’t sacrifice results to satisfy supporters’ thirst for more attractive football at Portman Road this season.

Colchester United manager John McGreal insists his players still have a lot of room for improvement, ahead of the U’s League Two opener at Accrington Stanley, next Saturday.

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