Harry Kewell is confident in his side's ability to bounce back when they visit Barnet on Saturday afternoon (3pm).
The Head Coach conceded that last weekend's game with Notts County was disappointing, but highlighted results such as the one away to Swindon Town as being an example of the team responding to setbacks earlier in the season.
"It'll be a tough game, they've began the campaign very well, but we're always confident in what we do and we always know we can bounce back," Harry told the press on Friday afternoon.
"Last weekend's game saw us create a lot of chances, but that doesn't win you matches.
"But I'd rather be sitting here talking about missing opportunities that we create, rather than not being able to recall any at all."
The Australian, who saw defender Josh Yorwerth sign a new deal earlier this week, was keen to praise the efforts of the Welshman since his arrival at the club at the end of May.
"We're all happy Josh has committed his future to the club," he continued.
"Since I came in he's workied really hard and show great desire.
"He has to wait for a chance in the side, and when Mark (Connolly) got injured he took his chance.
"I've got a dilemma now with Mark back fit, but we're here to compete and push one another and that's what everyone's continuing to do."