Blues defender disappointed with the final day display, but would like to extend his stay at Portman Road
Jordan Spence admits he is disappointed with Town's defeat against Nottingham Forest this afternoon, as they ended the season with a defeat.
The Blues fell to a 3-0 loss at the City Ground, and the defender believes the failure to take chances was the deciding factor in the game.
"We controlled the game in the first half but gave away a soft goal in a really defendable situation," he told Ipswich Player HD.
"Then the second goal came so we started to chase the game and begun to look a bit disjointed. If you play as well as we did in the first-half, you expect to come away with something so we're disappointed.
"They were far more clinical than us. While we were in the ascendancy we need to take our chances so fair play to them for doing that.
"You could feel the nervousness at 0-0 and at 1-0 but unfortunately we couldn't capitalise.
"Because of the pitch invasion, it was disappointing not to be able to go over and thank the fans but it was great support."
The former MK Dons man is now out of contract at Portman Road, although he hopes to be pulling on the Blues' shirt at the beginning of next season again.
"I've thoroughly enjoyed it here," he added.
"I would like to stay so hopefully everything can get resolved.
"As long as I'm wanted here I would like to stay here."
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