Town bos Roy Keane was delighted to come away with all three points after beating ten man Reading 2-1 at Portman Road. Speaking to the Official Club Website, Keane said: "I'm pleased with the performance though and the hard work the players put in. The first goal was always important, especially the way the Reading started."They caused us problems, even when they were down to 10 men. My first thought when I saw the lad's challenge was that it was a yellow card. There was an element of a surprise when it was a red but if you go in with studs raised then there is always a risk."If would have been nice to have got that third goal and not have the nervy ending but we're happy with the victory and it sets us up for Derby on Monday."