Ipswich Town get back into Championship action following the international break, with the small matter of the visit of West Brom next up for Paul Lambert’s side.
Lambert has a tough task on his hands as he looks to get his side moving up the table and away from the basement spot they currently hold, five points adrift of their nearest rival.
Getting a tune out of his current squad is the priority for Lambert, but with players like striker Kayden Jackson struggling for form it is no mean feat.
So can Lambert get the best out of 24-year-old Jackson?
He could well make him a success at Ipswich Town.
If Kayden Jackson can buy into what Paul Lambert is saying and how he wants the team, and the striker to play, then it could all fall into place, and he could be a success.
That is, however, only of Jackson does that as well as getting a sustained run in the side.
You would imagine he will get the chance to impress and then it is down to Jackson to do the right things to get the nod up front each week.
He’s just not good enough.
The striker had one good season in League Two but has ultimately failed to make the step up.
He should never have left Accrington.
I’m not sure.
You feel that if he can then it will significantly increase Ipswich’s hopes of survival but it is a big ask.
He is still young and will no doubt come good for them, whether it will be in time is a different matter.