Pringle hopes his Huddersfield goal is the first of many for Ipswich Town
Match-winner Ben Pringle was delighted to open his Ipswich Town account in the 1-0 win at Huddersfield this afternoon, but knows he is capable of finding the net on a more regular basis.
The Fulham loanee struck after 19 minutes, converting a Daryl Murphy pass, with a goal which ultimately secured his club three vital points and snapped a three-game losing streak.
It was the 26-year-old’s third goal in 20 appearances this season, for Fulham and Ipswich, but the loanee is keen to make more of an impact.
“I’ve said before that I can bring that to the team, which I should be doing more of really, getting in the box and making as much as I can,” he said.
“It was a good pass from Daryl Murphy and I just had to hit the target. Luckily it went in.
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“There are 13 games left so I will try and get in there and score a few more.”
Today’s victory was the first Pringle has experienced since moving to Portman Road, with the midfielder insisting he has enjoyed the first few weeks of his loan spell.
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“The gaffer said before the game we needed to break the losing run of the last three games and we needed to get a win or a draw so to get the win while keeping a clean sheet was really good,” he told Ipswich Player.
“I’ve really enjoyed being here so far. It’s the perfect place to come and concentrate completely on football which is what I need.
“Every footballer will tell you that you want to enjoy your football as well as playing as many games as you can. Enjoying it is a bonus, and I am so far.”