Speaking to the East Anglian Daily Times, Ipswich Town goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski insists that he is ‘loving life’ in Ipswich and is not actively seeking a move away. The current Club Player of the Year has often been touted with a move away from Portman Road following a string of impressive performances over the last few seasons.
The 30-year-old Pole made the move to Suffolk back in 2014 and has since played just over 100 times in all competitions for the Tractor Boys. Bialkowski did also state that ‘you never know what is around the corner’, but says that given his family is settled in the area that he is more than happy to stick around.
“I’m loving life in Ipswich, I love to play for the club and I have still got a contract which I am happy about.
“Saying that, in football you just never know what is around the corner but at the moment I want to stay here for ever.
“I am really enjoying my football and I still want to improve as well under (goalkeeping coach) Malcolm Webster.
“I am staying, 100 per cent.”
Bialkowski also admits that the signings made by Mick McCarthy has played a big role in the club starting this season so strongly. Defeat to Fulham last weekend was their first defeat of the Championship campaign so far, and there is increased optimism around the club of a promotion push. He is hopeful they can get back to winning ways following the international break, where he still aims to be an Ipswich Town player.