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New boy Carlos Edwards says the Ipswich players are all staying positive but accepts that the squad must work harder and not let manager Roy Keane take the blame for the poor start to the season.

Edwards says he has fitted right in with his new teammates, although he knows more work is required to get the Blues shooting up the table. He told the EADT: 'I have already made new friends in the squad, and there doesn't seem to be any negativity in the group.

'They are all bubbly, and now we must work together collectively and sharpen up in some areas like making it harder for opponents to score at one end and scoring more ourselves at the other.

'At the end of the day the finger will be pointed at the gaffer, but we are all in this together.'

The Trinidad and Tobago international is also pleased to be back working with his former Sunderland boss: 'It is a delight to be back working for him. Everyone has a dark side and Roy Keane is no exception, but once all the players do what he wants everybody will be smiling.'