The Blues are currently not even in the top ten of the League One table, as they sit eleventh and are eleven points off the pace of Plymouth Argyle, who occupy the last playoff spot.

 

They have started life under manager Kieran McKenna brightly however, as they won against Wycombe Wanderers in his first match in charge and the Blues will be hoping the new boss inspires a good run of form to get them competing for the playoff places again.

 

 

Evans revealed that the Blues are adapting to McKenna’s style of play slowly and stressed that belief is the key.

 

The midfielder thinks it is important for the Blues to accumulate some good results in a short time and if they are able to do that, then there is no telling as the Tractor Boys could slip into the playoff positions.

 

 

Speaking to Ipswich’s official site, Evans said: “For us, it’s about adapting to how the manager wants us to play. I think we’re doing that with every training session we have.

 

“You’ve got to believe or there’s no point.

 

 

“We’re 11 points off of the Playoffs.

 

“We know with the players that we’ve got that, if we can get on a good run, then anything is possible.

 

“We believe.

 

“It’s going to take a really good run but why can’t we be that team that sneaks into the Playoffs?”

 

With nearly half of the season to go, a lot of things are still possible in League One and the Blues can look upon the example of last year’s playoff winners Blackpool, who were 13th in the table after 24 matchdays.