Roy Keane has been officially unveiled as the new Ipswich Town manager at a press conference at Portman Road. The Corkman said the vision for the future laid out by the Ipswich board had played a major part in his decision to join the club. "I enjoy working with ambitious people'' said Keane. "There's enough people out there with no ambitions who are happy to go through the motions in life. Too late to be promoted to the Premier League this season, Keane said he is very much looking forward to the next campaign: "It's a massive challenge, but hopefully we will be in the mix. At the moment we are 26 points behind Wolves, so that's a big, big gap to make up.'' Asked why he had decided to take the job, Keane added: "My gut feeling, the ambition of the club, the history of the club. "`It's a proper football club. I think I've been very lucky with the clubs I've been involved with and I'm very lucky to get this job." Chief executive Simon Clegg, who himself was only appointed this week, said the appointment demonstrates the aspirations and ambitions of the club.