'Keeper pleased with recent run defensively, and wants Blues to replicate midweek showing
Tomas Holy said Tuesday night's performance against Hull is how Town should aim to play every game.
Paul Lambert's side took all three points at KCOM Stadium thanks to James Norwood's first-half strike.
At the other end of the pitch, Tomas has kept four clean sheets in the last five games ahead of tomorrow's test against Doncaster Rovers at Portman Road.
"It's been a good week because of the result and performance," the Blues shot-stopper said.
"We should have won the game against Oxford as well but were a bit unlucky in that one. But Tuesday night's performance is how we should play every single game.
"The clean sheets are encouraging and come from the whole team working hard. Even if the guys up front didn't do their job, it could mean we didn't keep the clean sheets.
"Toto [Nsiala] and Willo [James Wilson] have been in for the last two and have done well. You can tell how much they want to help and stop teams scoring because they get upset enough when we concede goals in training.
"Doncaster are a few places above us and I'm expecting a tight game. We should use our enthusiasm and momentum from the last couple of games, though. I'm confident we can do that."
The full interview with Tomas is available on iFollow Ipswich.