Ipswich Town keeper Bartosz Bialkowski on his dislike of running and how his best is yet to come

Bartosz Bialkowski saves with a punch late in the Ipswich Town v Charlton Athletic (Championship) ma

Bartosz Bialkowski saves with a punch late in the Ipswich Town v Charlton Athletic (Championship) match at Portman Road, Ipswich, on 05 April 2016. Picture: Steve Waller www.stephenwaller.com - Credit: Picture: Steve Waller

Goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski spoke to chief footballer writer Stuart Watson ahead of this weekend’s trip to Sheffield Wednesday.

Player of the year Bartosz Bialkowski says his best is yet to come.

The Polish keeper was voted the Ipswich Town fans’ player of the year and was presented with his award on Saturday night, despite having only started 16 league games this season.

The 28-year-old has been in stunning form since regaining his place following Dean Gerken’s shoulder injury in January, but insisted he still has more to give.

“Everything comes with experience. I am an experienced goalie now so hopefully the best of me is in the future. I will be 29 in July so hopefully I will have a good few years under my belt,” he said.

“I am improving every day. Working with Mally (coach Malcolm Webster) and Deano (Gerken) is making me a better keeper.

“You can always improve in your training, such as crosses and kicking and handling, and I work hard every day. But there is always room for improvement.”

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