"When you have the lead twice and don't win the game, you're always going to be disappointed"
Paul Cook said today's game was a good spectacle for the neutrals but admitted the main frustration from Town's point of view was not hanging on for all three points.
The Blues played out a 2-2 draw with MK Dons at Portman Road, with Macauley Bonne netting both goals for the hosts.
Dons twice came from behind thanks to efforts from Scott Twine and Matt O'Riley.
"It was a fantastic game of football," the Town boss said.
"But when you have the lead twice and don't win the game, you're always going to be disappointed.
"We don't need me to go into loads of detail about the goals we're conceding. We know they're soft.
"It's impacting our results so it's something we need to rectify quickly."
Paul also praised Macauley, who bounced back from a miss at Cheltenham on Tuesday with his brace this afternoon.
"We're scoring goals with quality and Macauley did really well today," he added.
"After the miss in midweek he showed real passion this afternoon and did superbly well on the first goal in particular."
The full interview with Paul is available on iFollow Ipswich.