Troy Parrott believes "there's more goals to come" after he broke his duck with Ipswich Town against Plymouth Argyle on Saturday.

The Republic of Ireland attacker slotted home just four minutes in to the League One clash after a pouncing on a defensive error. Parrott moved to the Tractor Boys in January on loan from Tottenham Hotspur.

He spent the first part of the campaign on loan at Millwall, but things didn't click for the 19-year-old at the Den and so Spurs opted to give him a fresh start elsewhere.

Parrott has settled well at Ipswich, and though his first goal took a while to come, he's now hoping the floodgates will open. 

"I'm delighted to get off the mark with my first professional goal," he told iFollow Ipswich.

"We definitely deserved to win the game as well. If you look at the chances in the first half we could have been two or three up at half-time.

"If you look back at the goal you can see my positioning and how I was trying to read where the Plymouth player would play the ball. Thankfully that's how it went. I had to get the first touch right and then the finish was easy.

"We started really well and the gaffer really wanted us to get after the opposition. We did that and then in the second half we saw it out professionally.

"Like I said I'm really pleased with the goal but most importantly we got the three points. I'm confident there are more goals to come and all I'll continue to do is try and get into the right positions."

This was also a first win for Paul Cook since he took the reins at the start of the month.

The former Sligo Rovers boss was full of praise for his charges, and particularly Parrott.

"I'm so pleased for Troy as well," he said. "Yes I don't tend to praise individuals too much because we win as a team but he was working in some great positions and it was great to see him get the goal."

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