Another good week for Town. I was on my way up a Spanish hillside when we entertained Wolves in the League Cup, on one of those pleasure trains which are a spur of the moment decision to jump aboard.

As we started our climb, I could not help but have a quick glance of my phone to see how the opening 15 minutes had gone. 2-0 down and I feared the worst. 

It would be close to full-time when I was next to check the score. I was by now strolling along the front of Santa Susanna enjoying  the warm night air. The local bars were screening Barcelona’s game at Mallorca. That tempted me to stop and watch.

But on reluctantly checking on Town again, I saw that we had turned the game on its head with a 3-2 win.

East Anglian Daily Times: Town won a thriller against Wolves last weekTown won a thriller against Wolves last week (Image: Steve Waller)
My shout of yes, and a fist pump, had a few of the local Catalonian eyes gazing in my direction. I was buzzing.

What a result that was. I don’t care how many changes Wolves made. I thought about those that we had made, and how we still showed the fighting spirit we have become accustomed to of a squad that never gives up. A Premier League side were beaten.

Onto Huddersfield and on Saturday morning, I felt a point would be good. Our winning away game run had to come to an end at some point.

It was insane to win five on the bounce in all competitions to start a season. But that was not my main concern.

I joined many others in factoring in the new manager bounce that Huddersfield might just enjoy. And Darren Moore is a canny manager at this level.

And as much as I should not have thought too much about our missing Sam Morsy, I could not help but wonder if it might affect us.

East Anglian Daily Times: Ipswich Town players celebrate Brandon Williams' late leveller at HuddersfieldIpswich Town players celebrate Brandon Williams' late leveller at Huddersfield (Image: Ross Halls)
Not that I do not trust anyone in taking his place. Simply that Morsy is our driving force and our ultimate warrior in the middle of the park. Nathan Broadhead’s absence was also a minor blow too.

As for what transpired from the game, Vaclav Hladky made some stunning saves and earned his man of the match award. Christian Walton will have a battle on his hands to regain his place in the short term.

Huddersfield, to their credit nullified us for long spells, and as for a stonewall penalty decision not going our way, the less said about that, the better, I think. So much for hoping for better officiating upon getting out of League One!

Huddersfield deserved to take the lead in my opinion. From there, it was a job to see a way back in. But as the game wore on, one could sense that, yet again, we were going to dig so deeply to find a way back and so it proved.

With all things considered, that was a day to take a point, get out unbeaten, and return home with a vital point in the bag.

East Anglian Daily Times: Brandon Williams celebrates his strikeBrandon Williams celebrates his strike (Image: Ross Halls)
In the last six months, there have been very few games that we have not won. Looking back at the points gained at Bristol Rovers and Cheltenham Town, they proved vital in our promotion. Hopefully we can look back on this point as being just as important.

Two home games this week and again, I think we could be in for a couple of thrillers. First up, Hull City.

A home game against The Tigers brings back a horrible memory. Let me take you back just over five-and-a-half years.

Portman Road on a Tuesday night, a smidgeon over a 13,000-crowd producing a soulless atmosphere, and Mick McCarthy in the last month of his managerial reign.

East Anglian Daily Times: A damp Kieran McKenna at HuddersfieldA damp Kieran McKenna at Huddersfield (Image: PA Images)
I took a work colleague with me for a night out. A non-supporting Town fan as it happens. We lost 3-0 with the third goal coming as early as the 47th minute.

He declared it as the worst performance he had seen by a home team. He wasn’t far wrong.

I’ve lost touch with him since. I would love to have him by my side on this occasion to show him how far we have moved on from those days.

He would not recognise us now.