Bullard hopeful on Ipswich future

Last updated : 07 March 2011 By BBC Sport

He told BBC Radio Suffolk: "Why not? Hopefully the clubs can get going but there's a long way to go for me. There's still 12 games to go.

"I'm really enjoying my football and being at a club that really wants you, which Ipswich have shown."

He added: "I've loved every minute, as soon as I walked in I knew it was a fantastic club and I'm just enjoying my football."

Watch Bullard's brace in the 2-0 win over Cardiff

Ipswich have now taken 17 points from their last nine league games, lifting them to 14th in the Championship and 12 points off the play-offs.

And Bullard, who now has three Town goals to his name, believes a push for the top six can not be ruled out.

"The gaffer [Paul Jewell] is always drumming that into us," he said.

"It's a close league, you go on a little bit of a run and you never know what happens.

"As long as we stick in there, get as many wins as possible, play some good stuff, you never know.

"The closer you get towards the end of the season, the stickier it gets for the teams above you."

Source: BBC Sport

Source: BBC Sport