Jón Daði Böðvarsson, like the rest of the Royals, was left frustrated by the manner of a 3-0 defeat by Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday afternoon.
Fernando Forestieri scored an impressive brace, added to by a tap-in from George Boyd to seal defeat for the 10 men of Reading at Hillsborough.
The Iceland striker hopes to put that performance behind him, though, with two matches remaining this season.
"It's frustrating. It's just not good enough to lose 3-0 away from home. We're much, much better than what we showed.
"We weren't good enough collectively, our togetherness is our strength as a team. You need to do everything together, all 11 of us on the field. We just didn't perform well enough.
"It was frustrating because we were well in the game. We were having opportunities, playing alright.
"We need to be better in the final third and punish them more, take our chances and respond when we concede goals.
"It's bound to happen sometimes that you concede goals, but I don't think we responded well enough, me included.
"This game is over, we can't do anything about it now. It's important for us to be mentally prepared for the next game, recover well, have a good training week and physically focus for Ipswich."