"I thought we played well in the second half and we had control, but couldn't quite find the magical moment"
Paul Cook thought today's game with Oxford was an entertaining spectacle, despite there being no goals at Portman Road.
The visitors started brightly, but Town grew into the game and had the better chances in the second half; Kyle Edwards and Macauley Bonne both going close.
Never side could find the breakthrough, though, as it finished level under the lights.
"It was a good game against a good side," the Blues boss told iFollow Ipswich.
"We struggled at times in the first half, but we did have a couple of moments and hit the post twice.
"I thought we played well in the second half and we had control, but couldn't quite find the magical moment.
"Great credit to Bailey Clements. He's an Ipswich fan and a lovely lad, and what a good League debut for him.
"Games like these are decided by moments and neither side found the moment. Both sets of supporters played their part, and we'll rest up before preparing for Tuesday's trip to Oldham in the FA Cup."
The full interview is available to watch on iFollow Ipswich.