Ipswich Town still have 'clear plan' on where they would like to add in the transfer market
Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna still has a 'clear plan' on where he would like to strengthen before the transfer window shuts.
The Blues have made six additions to their squad so far this summer, with five of them featuring in the draw with Bolton Wanderers last Saturday.
And with the window remaining open well into the start of the season, the Town boss says it offers protection to his squad and transfer plans.
"I think it is useful," said McKenna when asked about the window staying open.
"I don't think it is necessarily about looking at the first few games. I think I am pretty clear in my head about where we are strong, what attributes we have and where we could possibly make additions.
"But it is useful in terms of it seems like it is quite late in the window with the season starting a week earlier, so it does mean that you have five weeks of the season almost, and maybe nine games, before the window closes.
"It means that you are protected a little bit if there is any big injuries or anywhere we feel like the plans changes.
"In general I think our plan has been pretty clear, internally, from the off-season about what attributes and what areas we are wanting to add and that is not going to change in any rushed decisions in any imminent games."
When asked if any further additions are close, he said: “There’s nobody coming in today or tomorrow.”