The Blues managed to secure a point at Portman Road last Saturday as Lee Evans’ effort cancelled out Aaron Morley’s penalty.
After Leif Davis fouled Conor Bradley in the area, Morley fired his spot-kick past goalkeeper Christian Walton.
Undeterred by this setback, Ipswich levelled proceedings in the 38th minute as Evans slotted home from Conor Chaplin’s cross.
Following the break, Evans was denied by James Trafford as the Tractor Boys pushed for a winner.
Sam Morsy and Tyreece John-Jules also had efforts saved by Trafford in the closing stages of this fixture as the game ended in a draw.
Jackson, who was introduced as a substitute in this particular clash, will be keen to make a positive impression for Ipswich in their upcoming fixtures after signing a new deal at the club earlier this year.
Reflecting on his side’s 1-1 draw with Bolton on Instagram, the forward has admitted that there is still plenty more to come from Ipswich.
The forward posted: “It’s back!
“Plenty more to come from us!”
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Whereas Ipswich would have been hoping to seal all three points last weekend, they still managed to show some signs of encouragement in their draw with Bolton.
Given that the Blues have bolstered their squad by securing the services of Freddie Ladapo, Jackson’s main target in the coming months will be to provide a sufficient amount of competition for his team-mate.
Although the forward was unable to mark his first appearance of the season with a goal, he will be confident in his ability to make a difference for Ipswich during the current term.
By maintaining his consistency, the 28-year-old could potentially help Ipswich launch a push for promotion.