CLUB captain Robbie Edwards is confident Town will re-group for the home clash with leaders Luton.
Stunned by the 4-3 reversal at Walsall, the 34-year-old believes Peter Jackson's squad will bounce back.
"The lads are devastated to have thrown away a two-goal lead twice and it's hard to take after looking so dangerous going forward," he said.
"Walsall's goals either side of half time really killed us and everyone is gutted about the result, but we've just got to be strong and get focused again for the Luton game.
"Everyone will stick together and there's a tremendous amount of determination in the squad.
"The players certainly won't get their heads down. We'll take on board what's happened and work hard to put it right.
"The fact remains we are still creating an awful lot of chances and we are scoring goals, we just have to stop leaking them at the other end."
Edwards, pleased to be back in the left-back slot, says it's hard to pinpoint exactly what is going wrong for Town from week to week.
"Maybe we just have to look to be stronger as a unit," he said.
"You can't legislate for a couple of the goals Walsall scored because they were just wonder goals from long range.
"That's really frustrating to have happen against you when you're playing well and controlling the game."