Simon Grayson has warned Huddersfield they must stop "shooting themselves in the foot" if they are to achieve automatic promotion.
The Terriers threw away a three-goal lead after goals from Sean Morrison and Jordan Rhodes, who scored his 31st and 32nd goals of the season, to draw 3-3 at Bury, four days after a similar surrender against Stevenage.
Grayson has overseen one win in three games since taking charge of Town and believes his players must develop a stronger winning mentality.
Grayson said: "You've seen the very best of this team and the very worst of them. First half, it was outstanding the way we passed the ball and the chances we created.
"A goal got them slightly back in it, but at 3-1 up at half-time you should see the game through. Then you saw the other side of us. We were a bit naove, not sensing danger as a team and as individuals and it's something that has cost the team dearly over the course of the season.
"Since I've come in we've dropped four points, which is hugely disappointing because we could've been in a fantastic position. You can't keep shooting yourself in the foot if you're going to achieve anything over the course of a season."