Ipswich Town midfielder Jonathan Douglas hopeful the Blues can bounce back at Hull

Jonathan Douglas speaks with referee Andy Davies during the Ipswich Town v Huddersfield Town (Champi

Jonathan Douglas speaks with referee Andy Davies during the Ipswich Town v Huddersfield Town (Championship) match at Portman Road, Ipswich, on 17 October 2015. Picture: Steve Waller www.stephenwaller.com - Credit: Picture: Steve Waller

Jonathan Douglas is confident the Blues can bounce back from Saturday’s disappointing home draw with Huddersfield and take something from tonight’s visit to Hull.

While the weekend 0-0 draw with Chris Powell’s Terriers was seen by most as two points dropped, the same return from tonight’s visit to Steve Bruce’s recently-relegated side would perhaps be classed as a good result.

Douglas, however, is gunning for all three points and is confident his side can repeat the performance which saw them win 1-0 at Leeds earlier in the season, just days after the disastrous 5-1 defeat at Reading.

“I suppose it does,” the midfielder said when asked if dropping points at home brings an added pressure, “but we’ve dropped points here and then went away to places like Leeds and got three points, so we’re capable of going to places like Hull and winning.

“We go into that game believing we can win and hopefully we can do it.

“It’s going to be tough but every game in this division is tough, no matter who you come up against, it’s a battle most weeks and I’m sure we’ll go to Hull looking to win.

“We can do it, we can go to Hull and win but we know it’s going to be difficult because they’re a good side.

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“I’m looking forward to it and I know the lads are too.”

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