Jutkiewicz targets Ipswich

Lukas Jutkiewicz will attempt to put his FA Cup heroics behind him this weekend as Middlesbrough attempt to get their league campaign back on track.

Last Updated: 30/01/13 at 10:13 Post Comment

Lukas Jutkiewicz (r): Concentrating on the league after cup heroics

Lukas Jutkiewicz (r): Concentrating on the league after cup heroics

Boro have lost their last three npower Championship fixtures to Derby, Watford and Leicester respectively, and Jutkiewicz, who took his tally for the season to 10 goals with a double against Aldershot, is hoping they can return to winning ways at Ipswich on Saturday.

He told the club's official website: "It's very important we get a result this weekend.

"The last two games performance-wise haven't been terrible, but we got nothing from them. We need to pick up points when we are not playing well, but of course the idea is to play well enough to take all three.

"For me, it's great to get into double figures. As a striker, you live off goals and I'm hoping for plenty more.

"As for the bigger picture, what you see is a fully-committed team, a team who want to win things."

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