Ipswich put aside their failure to take their top-six push into the final day with a single-goal victory over the Owls - Tommy Smith and Paul Green scoring to ensure a ninth-place finish, despite Kieran Lee’s equaliser.
Owls boss Stuart Gray was left frustrated leaving Suffolk pointless after more than shading both chances and possession.
The Owls boss said: “I am a little bit disappointed with how we have ended the season. With 21 goal attempts, we should be doing more.
“We probably deserved something from the game, whether a win or a draw.
“Their goalkeeper pulled off two great saves in the first half and they were defining moments, as we were dominating possession.
“But credit to the players for how we have ended the season. We started with something like one win from 18 games. We have fizzled out a little at the end where we have probably been overstretched.”