"At this time of the year games are coming thick and fast and whether it's a win, draw or loss you have to get it out of your system because the next game is around the corner," said Coleman.
"We've said it all season, it's another game - another tough game, a home game, we've got a good record so let's maintain that.
"It's another 90 minutes, it's another opportunity and let's try and take it but it can't be the end of the world if the next game we don't win. We've got to get away from that thinking because all the while we're in the mix, we've got to stay positive."
He added: "Win, lose or draw, you've got to march on and get the last game out of your system, look to the next game and not beyond that. We all know what the possibilities are and the players are looking at it the same as myself, the supporters, the club and the chairman."