"I'm obviously pleased to keep a clean sheet but I would rather win the game and concede"
Shot-stopper David Cornell hopes Town's point at Oxford this evening is something to build on after back-to-back defeats.
Blues lost at home to Hull last Tuesday then Charlton at the weekend, but kept a clean sheet in a 0-0 draw at Kassam Stadium this evening.
The point leaves Paul Lambert's side fifth in the League One table, four points off top spot.
"We had to be aggressive and put bodies on the line this evening," Dai told iFollow Ipswich.
"I'm obviously pleased to keep a clean sheet but I would rather win the game and concede.
"But, it's important to be solid in games. We needed that tonight because we'd conceded early in the last three.
"It's a step in the right direction but we want to get the next win as soon as possible - hopefully that will be at Plymouth on Saturday."
See the full interview with the Town goalkeeper below.