WRIGHT FUTURE UNCERTAIN
By Nic Evans
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
England's number three keeper is ready to move on if the Suffolk club cannot succeed at the fourth time of asking in the First Division play-offs.
The £4 million-rated Wright has warned he is unlikely to spend another season in the First Division as he looks set to create history by appearing in his fourth successive play-offs when his side line-up against Bolton on Sunday.
The 21-year-old Wright said: "I will sit down with the club after the play-offs and discuss my future. I want Premiership football and I still have the opportunity of achieving that target with Ipswich next season.
"I want to test myself at the highest level and am encouraged by getting into the England squad while playing for Ipswich.
"I have been at the club since I was 12 years old and I still have a year to run on my contract."
The keeper has been tracked by Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle and would have no problem in switching clubs if that's what he desired.
England manager Kevin Keegan has already confirmed Wright will be third choice in his Euro 2000 squad behind David Seaman and Nigel Martyn.
Wright said: "The play-off final falls between England's warm-up games against Brazil and Ukraine but I'm sure manager George Burley will sort something out with Kevin Keegan if I'm involved in both squads."