Fulham full back James Husband is looking for an immediate response to their 4-1 defeat by Brentford, when they face Charlton on Tuesday.
The Whites were outclassed by their west London neighbours, who scored four sublime goals, and are hovering above the relegation zone.
He said: "That’s the good thing about the Championship. It was a disappointing result but I think we can take lots of positives out of it into Tuesday’s game."
Fulham will analyse what went wrong against the Bees and look to see where they can improve after a heavy loss.
Husband added: "You can go through every single goal, it doesn’t matter what game it is, you can go through every single goal with a fine tooth comb, but we’ve got to do it on the day.
"I think the lads understand why the goals went in. We’ll probably look at them again over the weekend and hopefully learn from the mistakes."
Husband caught the eye on debut, with his surging runs from left back and won the penalty for Ross McCormack to make it 2-1 and he was pleased with he did.
He explained: "I thought I did okay. I enjoyed it anyway. It was ncie to get some game time, run about, managed to win a penalty.
"Maybe it wasn’t a penalty, maybe it was, but things like that need to go our way if we’re going to get any more points this end of the season.
"Anyone that knows me understands (I like to get forward). Obviosuly I like to defend as well, that’s my first job, and that’s the most disappointing thing about the game that we conceded four goals. As a defender I’m disappointed about that."