Wolves are now down to sixth in the Championship, with Ipswich up to fifth at their expense.
But what will no doubt hurt Wolves fans more is the fact that they couldn't get one over former boss Mick McCarthy.
Jackett, though, says he has no complaints about the defeat: "I have no complaints, Ipswich worked our goalkeeper more than we worked their goalkeeper.
"You look at the nature of their goals, they were two quite glaring individual mistakes from Kevin McDonald and Lee Evans.
"But both have been good players for us. You can look at other incidents - we might have had a penalty in the first half on Michael Jacobs and sometimes they are given.
"But Ipswich put pressure on us physically and we never exploited the spaces that were out there."
And star striker Bakary Sako also reflected on a 'disappointing result' on Twitter after the 2-1 loss at Ipswich.
The 26-year-old thanked the travelling supporters and is now looking for a positive reaction at Derby County on Saturday. Derby were 3-2 winners against Huddersfield last night.
Disapointing result but on to saturday and another type of game Really big thanks to the fans who traveled on that cold tuesday night Cheers— sako bakary (@sakobakary26) November 4, 2014