Coventry City captain Sammy Clingan has said that the City players must pick their heads up and crack on if they want to stay in the Championship.
Speaking to the CT's Alan Poole, Clingan said:"Everyone's heads were on the floor after Ipswich because no-one thought we were going to lose but yet again we conceded in the last minute - as we have a few games this season.
"If we want to stay in the division we have got to stop doing that. The manager was obviously disappointed but he couldn't fault our efforts because he knows we never stopped working for each other.
"It will be hard but we've just got to pick our heads back up. We've worked on things in training and tried to be as bright and as bubbly as we can and hopefully, we can make that pay at Reading.
"We'll keep fighting to the end because that is the sort of characters we have in the dressing room. There are still a lot of games plenty of points to play for."