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Ipswich Town man has his say on his future



Ipswich Town goalkeeper Tomas Holy has told Cambridgeshire Live that he will wait and see what the future holds for him at the club. 

The 29-year-old recently returned to Portman Road after completing an emergency loan with Cambridge United, where he filled in for two games at the Abbey Stadium.

He now settles back into the first team squad under Paul Cook, with the shot stopper sitting firmly behind the likes of Christian Walton and Václav Hladký in the pecking order for the number one spot between the sticks in East Anglia.

Now Holy has opened up on his future plans upon his return to his parent club as he stated the following recently:

“I just wanted to go out and do my best to help the boys, this club and myself personally, so I’m very pleased.

“I have to go back to Ipswich, because this is just an emergency loan. I can’t move until January, that’s the rule. Now I’m going back to Ipswich and we’ll see what the future brings.”

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Holy has only featured in three games for the Tractor Boys this season with all of his appearances coming in both the Carabao Cup and the Papa John’s Trophy.

It now appears that the keeper will assess his options when January rolls around.

The Verdict 

For Holy, it appears that his Ipswich career is slowly but surely coming to an abrupt end as he struggles to get much in the way of game time at Portman Road.

The brief spell with Cambridge has given him a new lease of life and it is easy to see that he really appreciated the opportunities that he was granted.

There is almost certainly likely to be some interest in his services come the new year, so he needs to sit down with his representatives and assess the situation.

At this stage of his career he really needs to be starting week in, week out.

Writer and Journalist for Football League World.

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