Ipswich Town fan Karl Fuller shares his thoughts on the Blues after their impressive 3-0 win at Peterborough United.... 

Two more games since my last column, two more wins on the board, and things are now starting to come to the boil. We are so close.

The win over Port Vale was one of my least enjoyable wins I can recall in years.

East Anglian Daily Times: Karl couldn't watch Nathan Broadhead's winning penalty against Port Vale last weekKarl couldn't watch Nathan Broadhead's winning penalty against Port Vale last week (Image: Steve Waller)

Do not get me wrong. I enjoyed coming out the ground on the back of another win and a massive three points. But for so long, I could not see it happening.

Also, I could not watch Nathan Broadhead’s penalty, I was that nervous! 

But the moments in celebrating that goal were electric. Wearing glasses these days is not great for such occasions. I was pulled all over the place by those around me.

My cap went flying, and I just caught my specs as they bounced around on the top of my head.

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These are the days that we have yearned for too long. Then, it was onto Peterborough.

East Anglian Daily Times: Wes Burns celebrates putting Town 1-0 up at PoshWes Burns celebrates putting Town 1-0 up at Posh (Image: Pagepix)

Leading up to this game, and indeed on the day. I did not have a single ounce of nerves to worry about. I was just determined to enjoy it.

I have been in that mindset for so long now, I think that has gotten me into a good place.

You cannot beat the perfect away day, and Saturday was one of the best. I set out with my long time Town friend Antony Humphries, and when changing trains at Ipswich for Peterborough, I was delighted to be joined by Mark and Lewis Snow for our journey.

 The recalling of good old days set the platform for another to be enjoyed, we just did not realise at that time, how good it would be.

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On arrival, we made our way to a place called Charters which I was told was a barge. I wondered how so many of us could fit on a boat!

East Anglian Daily Times: Town fans celebrate at PeterboroughTown fans celebrate at Peterborough (Image: Warren Page)

I did not realise that adjacent to the riverbank was a small type of fan park. We arrived at 12.30pm and had plenty of time for a couple of ciders and to take in an absorbing atmosphere.

Once inside the ground, it was non-stop singing throughout the afternoon. Our group off the pitch was simply as good as those on it.

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Once Wes Burns put us in front, I had no doubts that we would go on to win. If Saturday proves to be the precursor for promotion, there is one major party atmosphere waiting ahead for us.

By the time Conor Chaplin, and then Freddie Ladapo secured our victory, 3,874 of us in the stands sung our hearts out even louder.

There were moments throughout the afternoon that were shared with good friends Paul and Alfie Love, and Don Welsh.

East Anglian Daily Times: Conor Chaplin and Christian Walton enjoy the big win at PeterboroughConor Chaplin and Christian Walton enjoy the big win at Peterborough (Image: Pagepix Ltd)

A crammed train journey home did nothing to change our mood, the singing as we arrived back at Ipswich station continued.

Our troops had returned from another victorious battle, and with just three more ahead, can Town finally overcome a League One war of attrition?

Returning to those back on the field of play, Christian Walton made some smart saves to keep us in it, and whilst to a man, we were excellent, how imperious was Sam Morsy again?

And what more can be said about the overall picture? 

Of course, some will say we have achieved nothing yet. That is true. But we can do no more than put the foundations in place to achieve something before the season is out.

We have a record points total in the bag. We are one win short of equalling the most wins in a season.

East Anglian Daily Times: Freddie Ladapo has broken the 20 goal markFreddie Ladapo has broken the 20 goal mark (Image: Ross Halls)

Two players have now reached the 20-goal mark for the first time since 1981/82.

And as for super Kieran McKenna, his 66 league games in charge thus far have wielded 37 wins and 21 draws.

That sees him sitting on exactly two points per game. Can he oversee a win at Barnsley on Tuesday night to potentially set up at least a chance of promotion at Portman Road on Saturday?

I would not bet against it at all. McKenna will rightly tell us to still concentrate on one game at a time.

But he can do it. After all, he knows exactly what we need.