Darius Charles has defended AFC Wimbledon team-mate James Shea, following Rochdale's goal back on Tuesday evening.
The Dons were cruising at 3-0, with Shea a virtual spectator in the second half.
Perhaps his concentration had waned slightly, with the ball in the opposition's half for the opening 19 minutes of the second period.
But a speculative effort from long range by Callum Camps caught Shea napping, with the ball beating the goalkeeper too easily.
"James has been brilliant for us and we would have lost a lot of games that we have managed to pick up draws and wins from," Charles said, speaking to Get West London.
"So it was disappointing not to get the clean sheet but it's not that big a deal at the end of the day."
The Dons are up to 54 points heading into Saturday's encounter with relegation-threatened Port Vale.