The Bluebirds were enjoying a marvellous run of form before the loss at St. Mary's and Kennedy, one of only a handful of players to come out of the game on the south coast with any credit, wants to banish the memories of that game as soon as possible.
"I don't think the players are feeling the pressure because there is too much experience in this team, but its alright me saying that because that is the easy thing to do, but we still have to perform out on the field." the defender told the South Wales Echo.
"Lets not judge us on one bad game, judge us when the season finishes and that would be fair enough, nobody can do anything about this other than the players. People can be negative but the players can answer that by winning games and I don't think we have had a bad season so far.
"You don't become a bad team overnight and you don't become world beaters after just one great performance and it's up to us to meet the standards that we have set ourselves.
"Okay, we lost. The most important thing now is make sure we all play well on Tuesday. It is now vital, having fought to get in a decent position, that we crack on and start winning again. That starts on Tuesday night and we can start to put things right."