Ipswich goalkeeper Martin Fulop has backed the club's decision to sign Jimmy Bullard from Hull City on loan.
The 32-year-old joined the club on loan in January having battled back to full fitness following an injury-blighted period with the Tigers.
Bullard played under current Tractor Boys manager Paul Jewell at Wigan earlier in his career.
Fulop has been impressed by the new arrival but recognises that Ipswich have not been able to shake off the early season inconsistencies that cost Roy Keane his job.
"We win, then we lose, then we win again - we're not very balanced," the Hungarian told skysports.com.
"At the beginning of the season our goal was to win the promotion which was a real target for us and we started very well.
"Jimmy Bullard's arrival was very good for our team; he has quickly become an important member of the side."
Fulop has previously played in the Premier League with Sunderland and, at 27, he feels that both youth and talent are on his side for him to accomplish that again.
"I think I will play in the Premier League again," he added.
"In my opinion, I performed well the last time I was there and that is the place I would like to play again."