McGoldrick raring to go as he bids to help Ipswich Town’s play-off bid

David McGoldrick applauds the travelling fans at Wolves after coming on as a second half substitute

David McGoldrick applauds the travelling fans at Wolves after coming on as a second half substitute

Striker David McGoldrick is raring to go as he bids to help Ipswich Town make a real push for the play-offs after returning from injury.

The forward made his return from hamstring trouble at Wolves on Saturday, having not played since December, as he played the final three minutes of the 0-0 draw at Molineux.

McGoldrick is set to be involved again this evening as the Blues take on Charlton at Portman Road and is looking to make his mark.

“It was great to be back out there, even though it was only a cameo appearance. But, it felt great to be a part of things again,” he told the club website.

“I’ve had a torrid time with injuries recently, so it was great to be involved. Obviously I would have liked to have played longer but that’s down to the gaffer and he knows best. I’m sure my chance will come.


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“My fitness is feeling good, I’ve been training for around four weeks now – I just need to get that match sharpness back.

“That will come though and the gaffer will get me back in when he feels the time is right.

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“I’m back now and the smile is back on my face. Now I just want to play my part and hopefully help the boys get into the play-offs.”

McGoldrick is likely to be on the bench once again this evening, where he will be joined by Teddy Bishop who is hoping to make his own return having not kicked a ball this season.

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