Ipswich Town captain Luke Chambers says there's a collective responsibility for the club's relegation from the EFL SkyBet Championship, as they come to terms with facing League One football next season.
The Blues have four games left to complete their worst English league campaign in 62 years.
They visit Preston on Good Friday seeking only their fifth win all season, and Chambers insists no one is immune from criticism.
Meanwhile Town boss Paul Lambert doesn't believe there'll be a problem with the players' motivation towards the season's end.
Lambert also may be tempted to field some youngsters during the run-in, but wants to reward Blues supporters with some positive performances and as many points as possible from the last four games.
Lambert hopes to have Jon Nolan available for the Blues' game at Deepdale. He'll also monitor the fitness of Will Keane and James Collins.
Ipswich captain Luke Chambers and manager Paul Lambert reflect on relegation and the immediate impact on the squad before facing Preston