"The last half an hour or so was better in that we played with more intensity and purpose, but we need to start games like that"
Town's assistant manager, Stuart Taylor, spoke to the Club website following this afternoon's 3-2 defeat at home to Swindon.
James Norwood and Alan Judge were on target for Blues but a brace from Diallang Jaiyesimi and a long-range strike from Scott Twine saw Paul Lambert's side fall to defeat in their first game of the calendar year.
"It wasn't good enough and we spoke about that in the dressing room after the game.
"We can't afford to start games like we did and expect to win. Every aspect of the first half was disappointing.
"The last half an hour or so was better in that we played with more intensity and purpose, but we need to start games like that as well.
"Like I said, it wasn't good enough so there is loads of room for improvement.
"We have to take our medicine and learn from what we didn't do well today but we also want to move on and get the result we want at Burton next weekend."