Former Ipswich Town captain David Norris has said that the 2010/11 season was the highlight of his time at the club.
Norris spent three seasons with the Tractor Boys, making 188 appearances, scoring 17 goals, and providing seven assists.
The midfielder was made captain by manager Roy Keane in August 2010 and it could be argued that wearing the armband provided him with some added inspiration as he had the most productive season of his career.
Norris made 43 appearances for Ipswich in the 2010/11 campaign, scoring 11 goals and providing three assists.
He left to join Portsmouth on a free transfer at the expiration of his contract in the summer of 2011.
Speaking exclusively to Football League World Chief Editor Sam Rourke, Norris picked out his final season at Portman Road as the highlight of his time with the club.
He said: “To be honest, I was there for three years and I think that last season was a good season for me.
“I was the skipper and I finished as the top goal scorer. To be fair, I really enjoyed that last season, even though I knew I was leaving from January.
“That last season, even though I knew I was leaving, I really enjoyed.”
Reflecting on his three years with Ipswich, the 38-year-old was full of praise for the Suffolk club.
He said: ”I really enjoyed my time there, it is a really nice club. A family club. Everyone is involved.
“It was a really nice place to go and work and be part of.”