Caretaker boss Jon Brady said while he was delighted with the majority of Saturday's performance, there were still key things that needed to be improved as he reflected on Saturday’s 4-3 away defeat at MK Dons.
“These players have given everything again and we controlled 90% of the game in and out of possession but when we went 3-2 up we got picked off,” he said.
“We got a bit carried away and we lost control out of possession.
“I felt it was a rolling ball from the free-kick for their fourth goal but we should have defended it better.
“We had some unbelievable chances and with a bit more composure this would have been a different result.
“I felt we outfootballed MK Dons who are a good footballing side but we needed to be smarter. We will learn but don’t take anything away from the effort which was exceptional.
“I hope our fans believe, the tide is turning and we will get this right. Today is a step forward but we need to learn in crucial areas.”