Ross Halls caught up with former Ipswich Town forward Alun Armstrong to discuss his time at Portman Road and what he's been up to since he left the Blues.

Armstrong joined Town from Middlesbrough in December 2000 and went on to make 94 appearances, scoring 19 goals during his three-and-half seasons at the club.

In the chat he discusses:

- Early days in football and starting out at Newcastle

- Making his name at Stockport County and spell at Boro

- Joining Town and relationship with George Burley

- Scoring on his home debut against Southampton

- Netting twice on his return to the Riverside and finishing fifth

- Goals against Inter Milan in the UEFA Cup

- Relegation and not playing under Joe Royle

- Leaving the club and finishing his career

- Management pressures and health scare

You can watch the full interview below...