Just stumbled across an interview with him from the end of last year, so not new, but this is good to read….
“Ipswich Town is probably the happiest and most productive time in my career. I thoroughly enjoyed playing for every club that I played for because of how I feel about football but Ipswich is a special place and it is an incredible football club. They are probably the most educated set of fans that I have played in front of and that is steeped in their history. They understand good football and they have had some fabulous players through the years so their understanding of the game is very good.
I made an instant connection with the fans getting off on the right foot with a goal on my debut at Loftus Road against QPR and obviously with the history of my uncle Tony Currie having played for the club… it was a real special moment and a great way to start. A few days later we beat Wigan Athletic at home to put us top of the league and in the space of a week my world was turned upside down, and I was riding a wave which was wonderful. Portman Road with the lights on and a nice soaking wet pitch is like football heaven to me, it was perfect.
I played under Joe Royle who I tell many people is the best manager that I played under, he was a brilliant character and brilliant in the changing room. He wants to play attacking football and get in people's faces and it was perfect for me at that time having matured, being at the back end of my twenties. In my first season we unfortunately got beat by West Ham United in the play-offs which was absolutely heartbreaking having been at the top of the league for the majority of that season. I had an amazing time at Ipswich Town and now the club find themselves in League One looking to climb again. But Ipswich Town is a tremendous football club and I don't live too far away from the club so I go back as often as I can.”
Never realised this, but someone posted a team sheet on LinkedIn of a young Dutch team they played against with future stats like Kluivert and Seedorf, but in the starting lineup was also one “Bob Petta” and Martijn Reuser! Pretty sure Petta left town the year before Reuser joined?
So they both played together, just obviously not at Town.