Town's skipper is looking for more trust in each other following defeat at the John Smith's Stadium
Luke Chambers believes Town have to deal with the pressure that a bad run can bring a lot better if results are to improve.
The Blues fell to a 2-0 defeat away at Huddersfield, and the skipper admits that the morale in the camp is low.
"We need to start handling the pressure a bit better, trust each other and start to be more confident," he told Ipswich Player HD.
"We came here last year, won 1-0, but got absolutely battered so I think we played better today and we've been beaten 2-0.
"That's the way things are going at the minute, we're getting punished for little mistakes.
"It's very, very disappointing from my point of view but the fans were fantastic today, coming up in their numbers, but it's another day we've sent them home with nothing.
"I sound like a broken record, but we need to stick together, give a better account of ourselves, and believe more in each other.
"It's easy to play when you're 2-0 and the pressure is off so you're chasing the game, but it needs to be done when it is 0-0 and things are tight.
"We just have to have a bit more belief and we need to instil that in ourselves over the next few days."
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