Luton Town will be playing in the Football League next season after sealing promotion from the Conference.
It's a club that's had its fare share of ups and downs in recent years, but now Luton Town are on the brink of something special.
Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy admits that he has one eye on a showdown with Bournemouth as both clubs fight to claim sixth spot.
The waiting press are assembled at Colney ahead of the news conference to confirm Neil Adams as manager.
Adams has been put in charge for City's last five games following the club's decision to sack Chris Hughton.
Ipswich Town has announced a new deal with sportswear company adidas who will become the club's official kit supplier for the next four seasons.
The deal starts in July and will see adidas producing everything from Academy to first team level and cover training and replica kit too.
It's the first time Ipswich has worked with adidas for 25 years. The company produced the kit during the Club's heyday when the FA Cup and UEFA Cup trophies were held at Portman Road.
Neil Adams joined Norwich City on 17th February 1994.
He was signed from Oldham for £250,000.
Click below to see our report from 20 years ago by Richard Henwood.
Neil Adams will be thrown in at the deep end with the task of guiding Norwich through a perilous run-in after replacing the sacked Chris Hughton on Sunday night.
The 48-year-old Adams steps up from Under-18s coach, charged with keeping the Canaries out of the bottom three in a final month of the campaign which will see them face Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal in succession.
Before then, Norwich travel to Fulham next Saturday, an opportunity to increase their cushion over the bottom three to eight points or a match which could see it shrink to two to leave them on the brink.
Adams was named first team manager by Norwich after they sacked Hughton and his backroom staff on the back of consecutive defeats, the latter a particularly disappointing 1-0 home loss to fellow strugglers West Brom on Saturday.
Chris Hughton has been sacked by Norwich. Now? With 5 games to go? Utterly bonkers!
Statistics show that the thinking, that a new man in charge brings an immediate upturn in fortunes, is a complete myth.
Norwich have sacked Chris Hughton and his backroom staff after Saturday's defeat at home to West Brom.
Saturday's 1-0 home loss to fellow strugglers Albion proved the final straw for the Norwich board.
The Canaries announced their youth coach Neil Adams has been named first-team manager.
– Club statement
"Norwich City can confirm Chris Hughton, Colin Calderwood and Paul Trollope have parted company with the club with immediate effect - and former Canary winger and FA Youth Cup-winning coach Neil Adams has been appointed as first team manager."