Watch: ‘All the good things outweigh the negative stuff’ - Lambert on his year in charge, losing streak, rotation and Southend trip

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert met the media ahead of his side's trip to Southend this weekend. Pict

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert met the media ahead of his side's trip to Southend this weekend. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

Ipswich Town boss Paul Lambert met the media this morning with his side riding a two-game losing streak ahead of their trip to struggling Southend this weekemd – and you can watch his press conference back here.

Lambert's men slid off the top of League One after a turgid 2-0 defeat at home to Rotherham on Wednesday night, just four days after suffering their first loss of the entire league season by the same scoreline at Accrington Stanley.

MORE: 'Two defeats is certainly not a crisis' - Lambert reflects on 2-0 home loss to Rotherham

The Blues travel to the Essex coast tomorrow for a clash with the ailing Shrimpers - Southend are already eight points from safety after 14 games, with only crisis-club Bolton keeping them off the bottom of the table.

But they've just named Sol Campbell as their new boss, and he'll be assisted by Town icon Hermann Hreidarsson, adding extra spice to Saturday's clash.

In his press conference today, the Town boss insisted that there is much to be positve about, both this season and from his first year in charge of the Blues overall - the anniversary of which is this Sunday.

MORE: Dave Gooderham: The questions that we need answering after a bleak week for the Blues There's also an update on key midfielder Flynn Downes, whom Town have missed through injury the last two games, plus his thoughts on squad rotation, wing backs and the various systems he's used so far.- Play the video to watch Lambert's full press conference back

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