Kieran McKenna has confirmed that Ipswich Town have no new injury concerns ahead of tomorrow's clash against West Brom.

Jack Taylor [quad], Janoi Donacien [adductor] and George Hirst [hamstring] all remain ruled out through injury, but Cameron Burgess is back in training and in contention to feature after missing the Blues' January fixtures to represent Australia in the Asian Cup.

The centre-back started just one game in the tournament, however, meaning that McKenna will have to assess his match fitness ahead of the game, especially with George Edmundson and Luke Woolfenden performing well in recent weeks.

“Having Cameron Burgess back has been a boost," the manager said. "The group is healthy and well. We’re looking forward to the game.

“He’s in contention. We’ll make a decision, of course. He’s been away for a few weeks and not played too many games.

“I know we conceded goals last weekend, we were unfortunate on a couple of them. In general, I think the centre-halves have been playing well, so there’s good competition there and good cover. That’s what we’re going to need for the remaining games.

“We’ve got the two boys doing their rehabilitation here, Jack and Janoi. Both are making progress.”