Jones is unsure whether he will keep his job but insisted that a change is not the solution.
"This club has had 12 or 13 managers in recent years but sacking managers isn't the way forward," he said.
"We're all fighting for our jobs but players have to start putting chances in the back of the net.
"We were probably the better team until the second goal. But we let players run off the back of us, we didn't track the runners and they got a second and it was game over.
"I don't have a magic wand and the problem is there is a little bit of fear in the players at the minute. But they shouldn't be fearful - things can't get any worse.
"I speak to the chairman every single day and you'll have to ask him if he's going to get rid of me. I don't know the lottery numbers and I don't know what my future will be either.
"It's frustrating. We've worked at things and you can see it coming but players have a responsibility."