Keane still aiming high

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Roy Keane is refusing to lower his expectations for this season - despite his Ipswich side only picking up one point from their opening two Championship games.

The Blues were held to a 0-0 draw at home to Leicester, having lost 2-1 at Coventry last Sunday.

But asked whether his side's disappointing start had forced him to readjust his promotion goal, Keane said: "No way. I could give lots of excuses but we're professionals and have got to do better."

He added: "The positives are that we got a point and kept a clean sheet. The players hung in there when they weren't quite at the races.

"We could have got something from the game and had two or three very good chances, so we'll take the point and move on."

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