Currie is confident
IPSWICH midfielder Darren Currie is confident Town are going in the right direction despite only one victory in their last ten games.The 30-year-old said: “A win will change things and put a smile back on everybody's face.
By Elvin King
IPSWICH midfielder Darren Currie is confident Town are going in the right direction despite only one victory in their last ten games.
The 30-year-old said: “A win will change things and put a smile back on everybody's face.
“Wins breed confidence and it will mean we will play much freer than we did on Saturday.
“It will come and one day soon we will click. Apart from the Reading game we have played well recently, and I have said many times that this is such a tight league that four or five wins will move us right up the table.
“We stopped the rot after two defeats although we had to ride our luck at times. After we equalised we sat back, although make no mistake Wolves are a good side.”
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Currie has been left out of the starting line-ups in away matches - a situation he wants to rectify.
He added: “I don't blame anybody. I must do enough to change the manager's mind.
“It is frustrating and it makes it harder to find consistency, but I can take it on the chin and will not let it get me down.”