Caretaker boss Jon Brady praised his side’s performance in Tuesday night’s goalless draw at Ipswich.
“It’s a good point but when I look at the performance I’m a bit disappointed we didn’t get all three,” he said.
“If you look at the stats for the first half we had six shots to Ipswich’s none and we are the away side. Their keeper made an incredible save from Peter Kioso on to the bar and it won’t show in the stats but we also had a really good chance just after half-time.
“You could see signs of a performance on Saturday, we knew what we were trying to do and what we are trying to implement. This is an intelligent group, they will work hard for each other and they are expressing themselves.
“We were decisive in our defensive third tonight, we need to be a little bit more decisive at the other end but that will come.
“We are building from back to front, we are getting more crosses in, more shots off and the goals will come. The only way for us now is forward, we went toe-to-toe with Ipswich on a top class pitch."
Asked about Cian Bolger being dropped to the bench Brady said:
“Cian will be immense for us but he just needs a little bit of time to refresh and reset, as everyone does from time to time, and he will come back stronger.”