“I think in the first half we were the better side, but in the second we didn’t do enough to take something from the game. We didn’t move the ball quickly enough and it enabled the 10 players to get behind the ball.
"There is no drama, You just have to discuss where it went wrong. I’ll watch the game back and try and reinforce how I felt. There’s no drama, we just have to discuss what went wrong.
"We are not going to walk the next ten games. It's not going to be like that and this is probably a good awakener. We were playing a very good MK side and it might be a good wake-up call that we need to get back at it.”
“Although we created a few chances second half, I didn't feel like we created enough to take anything out of the game," he said.
"I just thought we played with a bit of fear and did not move the ball quickly enough. It enabled the ten players to get behind the ball and we found it very difficult to break them down.
“To win big games, your big players have to play well and you have to be fearless."