Jon Nolan joined Ipswich Town in the summer after an excellent season or two at Chesterfield and Shrewsbury Town.
The midfielder has been a regular for Paul Lambert’s side, who are set to end a lengthy stay in the Championship this season as they drop to League One.
His first season hasn’t been great, but at 26, Nolan has years ahead of him to improve at Ipswich, and the drop in division may do him good.
Here, we try to sum up Nolan’s time at Ipswich…
“Nolan hasn’t been terrible for Ipswich, but they’ve been terrible.
“He’s out of his depth.
“League One is his level and next season, he can be a big player for them.
“This season he’s just been one in a long line of disappointing signings.”
“Nolan has shown in bursts that he has the skill set required to play in the Championship but has not done it regularly enough at all.
“He is well worth keeping, however.”
“He has struggled for sure.
“Then again though, who hasn’t at Ipswich?
“I fancy him to bounce back and have a good season next year.”