No room for complacency - Magilton

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Ipswich manager Jim Magilton has insisted his players will not become complacent as they prepare to take on League Two side Chesterfield in the FA Cup.

The Spireites have been reinstated after Droylsden were dumped out for fielding an ineligible player, and Magilton knows his side face a tough task.

"It's a banana skin tie on what is a fantastic day in the football calendar," he said. "Up and down the country stories will be written and we have to make sure one is not written at Portman Road."

He added: "I'm a great fan of the competition, it's still got that magic about it and we want to progress as far as we can in the FA Cup. All the way to Wembley."

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