"I couldn't be more delighted with my players. To win a game of football 7-1 at any level is a terrific achievement, but to do it in the Championship against a team of Ipswich's standing is nothing short of magnificent," he said.
"I'm sure this will be a day that everyone will remember for a long time and it is not just the final result that pleases me.
"I thought we were excellent when we carved Ipswich open time and again to get 4-1 up before they had players sent off."
Peterborough are currently fifth in the table having picked up seven points from four games, while Ipswich are 20th with just three points.