Millwall midfielder eyes extension of unbeaten run against Ipswich

08:25 07 December 2012

Josh Wright, Millwall. Picture: Nigel French/PA Archive

Josh Wright, Millwall. Picture: Nigel French/PA Archive

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Millwall midfielder Josh Wright is confident that his side can continue their unbeaten run against Ipswich on Saturday.

The Lions extended their run to 13 on Saturday and have a great chance of making it 14 and return to the play-off places against the struggling Tractor Boys.

“We’ve got a fantastic opportunity,” Wright said.

“It’s a great ground to play at. It’s one of my favourite grounds to play at.

“It’s a great opportunity for us to continue our unbeaten run. We’ve got to work hard first.”

Wright is enjoying his time back in the first-team setup.

The former Charlton trainee had lost his place in recent weeks but returned to the side for the win against Leeds and has not looked back since.

“You want to play as many games as you can,” Wright said. “I’m enjoying it.

“At this club, you’ve got to be on your toes as there is stiff competition.

“You’ll have to wait and see.”

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