"As you can imagine, the dressing room is really flat and down"
Paul Cook said that conceding a late equaliser against AFC Wimbledon was painful and reiterated that Town need to stop giving away 'easy goals'.
The Blues looked set to claim their first three points of the season after goals from Joe Pigott and Wes Burns opened up a 2-0 lead.
Ben Heneghan pulled one back with a header before Jack Rudoni's late strike saw the game end 2-2 at Portman Road.
"To concede in the 96th minute is really painful," Paul told iFollow Ipswich.
"We’d all have gone home delighted if we’d have seen the game out. We’ve got 2-0 up - our second goal is a fantastic goal, a fantastic finish - and we’re totally in the ascendancy.
"Again, we’re making naive mistakes with and without the ball. We give teams easy goals.
"As you can imagine, the dressing room is really flat and down. Unfortunately, while we’re giving two goals away a game, we’re going to find it very difficult to win games."