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Cresswell Enjoying Life As Tractor Boy

Aaron Cresswell has revealed that he is slowly settling in to life at Ipswich Town.

The 22-year-old left-back joined the Tractor Boys from Tranmere in the summer and has been a regular member of Paul Jewell’s first-team this term.

He recently bought his first house and is happy with the way things are going in Suffolk.

“I’ve just got myself a house down here and everything is sorted on that front,” Cresswell told the Club’s website.

“It was a bit daunting for me when I first moved down here in the summer but I’m settled in Ipswich and want to commit to the area.”

“Things are going really well for me, both on and off the pitch, and feel at home here. There’s no doubting that I’m enjoying my football here at Ipswich and long may it continue.”

“We’ve been doing well recently and picked up some great results, but we need to make sure we keep this run going.”

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