Ipswich Town forward Kayden Jackson rubbishes speculation about a lack of professionalism
Ipswich Town striker Kayden Jackson has dismissed concerns about his professionalism.
It was reported yesterday that the forward – along with midfielder Jan Nolan – had been made to train with the club's under-23 side following a falling out with first-team manager Paul Lambert.
It was further suggested that the 26-year-old had been left frustrated by a failure to secure a transfer deadline day move away from Portman Road.
However, last season's joint top goalscorer has rubbished any notion of him downing tools.
"Seen talk of me training with the u23s due to transfers not materialising and me wanting out of Ipswich," he wrote on Twitter.
"I am a PROFESSIONAL football player and will always carry myself as such. Wherever I am, my desire to win and perform for my club will never be questioned."