Fresh from his best performance in an Ipswich Town shirt, electrifying attacker Omari Hutchinson says he could return to Suffolk next season.

The Chelsea loanee dazzled in Town's 6-0 rout of Sheffield Wednesday, scoring twice and laying on a goal for Ali Al-Hamadi.

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The 20-year-old now has eight goals and five assists to his name this season, including some big moments in Blue.

Asked if it was his best game so far for Town, he grinned: "Most definitely."

East Anglian Daily Times: Omari Hutchinson speaks to the media after the win over WednesdayOmari Hutchinson speaks to the media after the win over Wednesday (Image: Steve Waller)
He added: "That’s what the manager told me to do – he says when you play, just enjoy it, entertain the crowd and play your best game.

"We were relentless, we killed them off and we wanted to keep getting more goals. We didn’t stop. It was enjoyable.

“I think another five minutes and we could have got another goal, maybe one or two.”

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Hutchinson could have gone for his hat-trick late on, but opted to pass instead, laying a goal on a plate for Ali Al-Hamadi, who bagged a brace off the bench.

He explained: “I think it was the right decision, it was a bit too tight for me – maybe I could have dinked it, the boys said, but I saw him there and that’s the way it is. It was a great finish from him.”

Hutchinson's performances this season have put him in the debate for Town's best-ever loan player - and inevitably led to discussion about whether he could return.

East Anglian Daily Times: Omari Hutchinson makes it 4-0 to TownOmari Hutchinson makes it 4-0 to Town (Image: Steve Waller)
Asked about that, he said: “It’s going to be a difficult one, I don’t know the answer to that. But maybe – I hope so.

“Listen, I can’t tell you where I’m going to play. We’ll see in the summer what the right move is and what the best decision is for myself.

“I love it here, 100%. I’m glad I came.”

Asked if another loan was a possibility, he replied: “It’s a difficult one. Look, it will be one of my options, if everyone agrees with it.

“But I couldn’t give you the right answer now, you’ll just have to wait and see in the summer.

“I’ll talk to my family and my agency, and we’ll see what the best decision is for me.”

East Anglian Daily Times: Omari Hutchinson is a big fan of Town boss Kieran McKennaOmari Hutchinson is a big fan of Town boss Kieran McKenna (Image: PA Images)
Of his time at Town, he enthused: "I didn’t expect it to be this good here. When I came it was about trying to get as much game time as I can, even if it was mid-table, as long as I was getting minutes and performing.

“When I first spoke to McKenna he seemed like a really good guy, he’s been in academies and development, so he knows how the youth are.

“For me it was the right step. I didn’t really care about promotion or anything like that, as long as we stayed in the Championship that was fine for me, and I was getting minutes.”

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Asked when he realised this could be a good season for the Blues, he responded: “When got five wins in a row at the start of the season.

"Even just how the group is, everyone’s like a family – and everyone works hard every day.

“I don’t think people understand how hard we work – the sessions are not easy, and it’s just a really good group.

“Everyone’s always going out with each other outside of training and I think that’s why the connection is so good.”