Rev's told the Advertiser that the players will have to re-focus and put thier efforts into cementing thier play in the League One play-off places.
“We were down after the FA Cup tie against Rochdale on Saturday because we really wanted to win that game. We came in on Monday and picked ourselves up and nobody could complain with the effort we put in at Fleetwood in the JPT."
“There was a mistake from Adam but if it hadn't been for him in a few games this season then we wouldn't be where we are in the league. If you make a mistake as a goalkeeper, it's going to be a goal, and that's why it's the hardest position to be. Their winning goal we should have done better with and we had half chances. I hit the post and to be honest, that's my luck at the minute."
“When we went to Fleetwood last year, their keeper had an outstanding game and it was the same again. That's the way football is and we've got to take it on the chin. If we had won, we would have been two games away from Wembley but now we've got to go again.”
Wolves make the trip to the New York Stadium next Saturday and with a full house expected, Rev's is looking forward to it; “We know there is going to be a great atmosphere at the Wolves game and normally, for those sorts of games at home, we play our best.” he said.