Manager Andy Thorn insists Coventry must recover from Monday night's 3-0 defeat at Ipswich and 'get going again'.
The Sky Blues fell behind at Portman Road after a Martin Cranie own-goal opened the scoring, while strikes from Keith Andrews and Jason Scotland sealed the win for the hosts.
Thorn was unhappy with the opening goal but admits the Tractor Boys were the better side in the first half.
And while the defeat leaves Coventry on the edge of the Championship drop zone, the manager is confident they can get back on track.
"I thought they were better than us (in the) first half," Thorn told Sky Sports HD1. "I thought once we settled down and relaxed and started to play we created chances.
"I thought in the second half we had a go and we created a lot of chances but it wasn't to be.
"But we'll get going again. The boys have been terrific and we're back on the gallops and we'll get going again."