Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini is eager to move forward from Arsenal's embarrassing 3-0 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday in the Capital One cup on Tuesday night.
Arsenal play Swansea on Saturday, and Flamini is eager to make amends for the defeat.
“It is one of the positive things, you can say, playing every three days, that we can make sure we rectify the direction,” he told Arsenal Player, reports Arsenal.com.
“We have another game in three days so we can make sure we win it, forget about this one and move forward in the Premier League.
"I think they played a good game. We started the game with two injuries in [the first 20] minutes which made it even worse.
"Today we faced a good team. There is not much to say. Bad result, bad day. Now we have to rest and focus on the Premier League.”
Flamini also had praise for the Arsenal fans who travelled for the game.
“They [the fans] have always been behind us when we win or we lose,” he added. "Of course it’s important for us to feel them behind us. They have been supporting us once again until the last minute again so thanks to them.”