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Monday 11 December 2017

Noel Hunt eager for long stay at Ipswich

Noel Hunt (R) celebrates scoring for Ipswich Town at Charlton Athletic. The Waterford man will sign for Ipswich on a permanent basis after severing his ties with Leeds United yesterday.
Noel Hunt (R) celebrates scoring for Ipswich Town at Charlton Athletic. The Waterford man will sign for Ipswich on a permanent basis after severing his ties with Leeds United yesterday.

NOEL Hunt says he wants to see out the rest of his career with Premier League hopefuls Ipswich Town.

The Ireland striker is missing from the club's push for promotion as he's sidelined with a knee injury, which is almost certain to rule Hunt out of the rest of the season.

His contract with the Tractor Boys is up in the summer but Hunt, who previously lined out for Shamrock Rovers, Dunfermline, Dundee United, Reading and Leeds, says he would love to finish up at Portman Road.

"I want to stay here. I love the town, the place we live in is great - it’s out in the middle of nowhere and it reminds me of home," says Hunt. “If I had it my way, I’d finish my career at Ipswich Town."

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