MANAGER Peter Jackson put the disappointment of Saturday's defeat to the back on his mind today and focused firmly on plans for the big Carling Cup-tie at Leeds United.
Jackson admits he is giving plenty of thought to the make-up of his team after Town drew a scoring blank for the third successive match against Sheffield Wednesday - only the second time that's happened under Jackson's leadership.
He insists, however, that Town will be on the warpath at Elland Road (7.45).
"I'm disappointed about Saturday's result but not the performance and we will go to Leeds as underdogs but very determined to enjoy ourselves," said Jackson today.
"We are not that far off clicking as a team, there will be a big crowd to inspire us and I'm confident we can go there and get a good result for the club."
David Mirfin has recovered from a smack to the jaw and will be fit.
"As soon as we get a little break in front of goal we will be out of this run we are in and back on track," added Jackson.
"I don't want anyone getting downhearted because we will bounce back.
"Junior Mendes is obviously bitterly disappointed that he didn't score from his early chance and, if that had gone in it would have made it a completely different game.
"Apart from that I thought Junior looked sharp, but he knows strikers are judged on goals just like managers are judged on results.
"The key to sorting things is remaining positive and that's how we'll be in the build-up to tomorrow's match. We'll be lively and sharp and we'll be ready to go there with all guns blazing."