Ipswich manager Roy Keane is happy to see his side "grind out" wins rather than turn in classy displays without an end product.
The Tractor Boys were not at their best against Bristol City over the weekend, but second-half goals in a 2-0 win saw them climb up to third in the npower Championship table.
Keane said: "It's something that we have to learn at this club, to grind out results when we've not played well.
"We said after a lot of games last season how well we`d played, but not picked up three points.
"We had 20 more shots last season against Bristol, but we didn't win the game. This time we did and it's a habit we have to get into."