Michael: No Away Jinx

Michael Carrick says there should be no distinction between home and away games in the players' minds as they go to Portman Road on Sunday looking for a first away win of the season.
The focus is firmly on the away form now despite the fact that West Ham have made a demonstrably better start to the season than last time around.
In fact, with three league wins already this season, Glenn Roeder has doubled the number of victories the Hammers have achieved in 2001.
That number has been achieved in nine games, whereas from the turn of the year up until the summer West Ham took 18 matches to get a trio of wins.
Naturally, though, after the two recent away defeats, a solid performance is needed at Ipswich, and Michael thinks the key is to focus on the game rather than the venue.
"It's just another game, Michael insists, "and if we go into it like we did against Chelsea we shouldn't have any problems.
"A game is a game, it just happens we had two freak results that happened to be away, and it's one of those things that is in the past and forgotten about - we can't ever make up for it.
"But in a way we had to prove everyone wrong people with people saying we are this and that.
"People forget we put up a good fight with Liverpool away, but we had two results that let us down, and have bounced back in good style."
Another strike for Michael moves him ahead of former colleague - and opponent on Wednesday night - Frank Lampard in the scoring stakes, and he says:
"I was happy with it; the gaffer put in his programme notes that it would be nice for me to score more goals.
"That's what gets you noticed  - that Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has some strike on him, by the way!"
But he is not going to put himself under pressure to aim at a certain number of goals and adds:
"I will take it as it goes; I'm not really one to set goals and targets for myself."
Of the game overall, he says:
"We had a great start and we came right out of the traps in blinding fashion; at 2-0 up you couldn't ask for more and you've got to be overjoyed.
"But they started passing it around a bit and maybe we took our foot off the pedal, but I thought Shaka was tremendous.
"Fair enough, it took the woodwork to help us out, but we knew we could hang on and we deserved it because we didn't lay down and die.
"We showed a good bit of character, we didn't fall down, we stuck at it and got the rewards -
but it's only three points and we have got to keep going."