Bradford City provide the opposition for Glenn Hoddle's first home game as manager and midfielder 'Clem' is determined to get straight back on the winning trail.
He said: "Sunday was a huge disappointment and a horrible day for everyone involved. It's been a difficult 24 hours but we now have to pick ourselves up.
"We've got to block that game out now. We can't sulk. We have to get on with the rest of the season. We've still seven games left and want to finish as high up the table as we can.
"In a way it's good we've got a game so quickly because otherwise we could be around the training ground thinking what could have been. We've got a chancre to get it out of our system straight away with a good performance."
Stephen expects a tough game though in spite of City's lowly Premiership position. "They need the points and they will be fighting," he insisted. "It will be a different game to Sunday and hopefully we'll have more possession and get a good result in front of our fans."
Stephen Clemence insists it's vital we move on immediately from the disappointments of our FA Cup semi-final defeat on Sunday.