The 19-year-old replaces the injured Danyon Hume at reserve and says the move to Ipswich was the best decision for his career.
“I want to ride against better riders and riding at Ipswich will allow me to do that,” said Greaves. “It is a shame I have had to pull out of my Isle of Wight duties but I have got to think about what is best for me and I definitely think this is the best thing for me and I’m looking forward to it.”
Greaves says he is looking forward to racing the Foxhall track on a regular basis and is grateful for the opportunity at the club.
“When I went there with Sheffield last year I quite enjoyed it. It is not too different to Wolves where I ride every Monday anyway. I can’t wait to get started and I am looking forward to Thursday.
“I want to ride as much as I can and that is the only way I am going to get better. The opportunity didn’t come for me for whatever reason this year in the Championship. I was lucky enough to get an opportunity at Wolves which is going well and I’m thankful for the opportunity that Ipswich have given me now.”
The Sheffield-born rider says he wants to be part of a winning team in Suffolk and is hoping for a big season.
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