The Tractor Boys host Watford in the Championship on Tuesday night still rooted to the bottom of the table after failing to secure a win in their opening 12 games.
Wright made his first appearance for almost two months as Ipswich came from behind at the weekend to draw 1-1 with Swansea, and the full-back believes the team can build upon that performance and notch the elusive victory against the Hornets this evening.
"Yes, the table never lies," Wright told the Ipswich and Felixstowe Evening Star.
"And I can fully understand our fans' frustration. But I do ask them to show as much patience as possible.
"I can assure them that we are not far from putting a big smile on their faces.
"We showed great character to hit back after going a goal behind and with the good people we have in the squad we are sticking together to get it right.
"You only have to look at the squad we now have to see that it is good enough to soon click into gear and start flying.
"There are positives we can take from Saturday's match into tomorrow night's game and three points will be our target."
Ipswich 11/10, Draw 12/5, Watford 12/5