Ipswich Town boss Kieran McKenna says his side 'can't wait' to get back to Portman Road tonight - but also can't afford to take their brilliant home form for granted.

The Blues boast the best home record in the Championship as they prepare to host Millwall tonight and Coventry on Saturday - P8, W7, D0, L1, F25 A15.

But, with Millwall among the league's top sides away from home (P8, W3, D4, L1, F12, A7), Town's impressive young boss stressed the need for unity once again this evening.

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"We love playing at home, the home record’s been strong, but we can’t take it for granted," he insisted.

“We need to turn up as a group of players, a group of staff, as a club, as supporters and be ready to give it one hundred percent.

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“Every game in this division is so hard-fought, as you see every single weekend up and down the country.

“We can’t wait to get back to the stadium, we’re looking forward to the game – and we’re going to need everyone together again. 

"We’re going to need the atmosphere, the performance, the resilience - we’re going to need all the things that have given us a good home record so far to have a chance to continue it on Wednesday and then again on Saturday.”   

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