Andy Drury: I should have played more games at Ipswich Town

Andy Drury

Andy Drury - Credit: Archant

OUT-of-contract midfielder Andy Drury believes he should have been given more playing time at Ipswich Town, as the 29-year-old seeks pastures new ahead of the 2013/14 campaign.

Drury featured in just 17 of Mick McCarthy’s 33 games in charge last season, failing to score, and eventually saw his chances limited by the central pairing of Guirane N’Daw and Luke Hyam.

The former Luton man has revealed he could be tempted by a return to Crawley Town, where he became a big fans’ favourite during a loan spell, and would not rule out playing League One football next season.

“I’m looking for a club for the next three or four years now,” said Drury.

“I just want to play as much football as I can.

“I played 30 games for Ipswich this season but I felt I should have played more, but that is up to the manager.

“I’d consider playing in League One if the opportunity is right.

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“I’ve just had a newborn baby so staying down south would suit me better.”

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