West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Mowbray has already put last night's FA Cup agony behind him and is looking ahead to the visit of Sunderland on Saturday.
The Baggies bowed out of this year's competition at The Hawthorns, going out on penalties after finishing extra time level at 1-1.
Mowbray will look to try and pick up his players after the sapping 120 minutes for the vital Championship clash with Sunderland.
He said: "I would say the happiest man is Roy Keane who was sitting there in the stands and watching the game. We talked about how big a week it was with the games coming up and how important Saturday is to us.
"We go into extra time and penalties. We have a man sent off (Nathan Ellington) and we play with 10 men for nearly half an hour. It was a poor scenario for us but we’ve got to take the positives out of it.
"I was delighted again with the application of the team. That’s what we have been saying for a good few months now but let’s see how we go on Saturday now in the aftermath of that game.
"We’ve got to go and ask the players to dig deep again on Saturday against another decent side."