Ipswich Town manager Paul Hurst says he still has full belief in his ability to turn the club's fortunes around after their poor start to the SkyBet EFL Championship.
The Blues start bottom of the table and without a win ahead of tonight's (September 18) visit of high flying Brentford.
Hust says his team needs a special performance against special opposition, on what will be a special night at Portman Road, as they club pays tribute to England and club legend Kevin Beattie.
Regarded by fans as the best player in the club's history, Beattie died of a suspected heart attack at the weekend. He was 64.
A minute's applause will be held prior to kick-off, before Ipswich try to end their winless run under Hurst.
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He admits he's found it tough since arriving from League One Shrewsbury, but still backs himself to make a success of things in the Championship.