Ashley Carter says Kidderminster Harriers’ mental strength will help them bounce back quickly as they return to league action at FC Halifax following their FA Cup exit at Blackpool.
An entertaining run in the Cup was brought to a sobering halt at Bloomfield Road as John Eustace’s men went down 2-0.
But Carter is keen to ensure that this blot on the team’s recent form doesn’t become any more than that, given their relatively strong position in the league.
Attention turns to the trip to play-off chasing FC Halifax this weekend – and the Cup must now be banished to history, according to the former Wolves youngster.
“We need to be back at it and I am sure we will be, he said.”
“We don’t want to lose too many times – we haven’t, and every time we have, we’ve taken a defeat we’ve gone on runs in the league.
“We’ll brush ourselves down and work hard in training during the week and will bounce back.
“We went to Blackpool with nothing to lose but wanted to win – the mentality of the group is good and we are strong enough to bounce back.”