Anderson set to make return

Ipswich winger Paul Anderson is expected to return to action next weekend against Leicester.

Last Updated: 23/11/13 at 14:02 Post Comment

Paul Anderson: Ipswich winger expected to make his return next week

Paul Anderson: Ipswich winger expected to make his return next week

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The 25-year old, who joined from Bristol City in the summer, missed Ipswich's last game against Blackpool after aggrevating a groin injury in training.

And with the benefit of the international break, Anderson is confident of making a full recovery.

"The injury is okay now," Anderson told the club's website.

"I was trying to force myself back for the Blackpool game and trained a day earlier than I should have done and broke down.

"It has been a niggly injury. It's been not quite right and it was really annoying because I wanted to be involved at Blackpool.

"I've trained all week though and it's been fine. I'll definitely be okay for the Leicester game and hopefully I'll be in the squad."

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