"My job is to help us and their job is to keep supporting the team, but I get how difficult that must be at the minute"
Paul Cook believes the Club will change for the better next season both on and off the pitch, with Town now playing for pride to close out this campaign in his opinion.
Blues have three games remaining this term, starting with a trip to Swindon on Saturday.
"The reality is that for the pain we're going through at the moment, things will change and the Club will be a better place both on and off the pitch next year," Paul told iFollow Ipswich.
"For the supporters, when the team starts progressing on the pitch as they should, things will get better.
"It's an honour to support your team and you do go through highs and lows. As a manager I carry that as well and I hate where we are at the moment.
"My job is to help us and their job is to keep supporting the team, but I get how difficult that must be at the minute.
"We're all feeling disappointment at the moment with results and performances. There are three games to go and we can't save the season - we've got nothing to play for other than pride and that's very sad.
"But anything I say about these games would just be a token gesture to supporters, and I don't need to be doing that."
The full interview with Paul is available on iFollow Ipswich.