Ipswich Town fan Russell Claydon says: Super Ted and Magic Murphy...

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Seeing off teams from the top and bottom, back in the play-offs spots above those Canaries — who now appear to have a hole in their parachute — and most definitely back on track.

Mick McCarthy celebrated his 100th game, and first after his two-year anniversary, with his 40th win on Tuesday, against former employers Wolverhampton Wanderers (2-1).

But their loss has certainly been our gain.

Daryl Murphy is one man who has thundered on throughout a slight derailment.

Is he the most improved under Big Mick? I think so.

But Saturday’s 2-0 win at Blackpool belonged to our very own Super Ted.

Bishop has been compared to Kieron Dyer, but after having to sit out Wolves, let’s hope his injury record doesn’t hamper his career like Kieron’s.

Clearly, the main thing in the north west was ending that winless October at the first attempt. So, mission accomplished.

I was Tweeting from the supporters’ club’s AGM (see @russclaydon if you missed it) where interesting points were made.

Fair play to the club for putting up all the main heads of department to 
engage with the fans though, and I hope this continues.

‘Burger-gate’ — not being allowed to take food into Portman Road — was one hot issue that came up.

My gran used to do a pack up for us, which was never a problem, so it is a shame it is now (bizarrely, MD Ian Milne brought up food safety and waste costs).

But, on the pitch, things are coming to the boil nicely and long may that continue.

At least a draw when Watford (third) visit Saturday would cap a good return from the last seven days.