Harry Redknapp is looking for the team to move on quickly from the defeat at Liverpool, insisting: "We're right in the race for fourth."
The manager admitted his disappointment after Dirk Kuyt's double took the Reds to a 2-0 defeat at Anfield.
It was regarded by many as a great chance to get a result at Anfield and move seven points clear of Liverpool in the Barclays Premier League as Rafa Benitez was without the likes of Gerrard, Torres, Benayoun and Johnson.
It wasn't to be though as Kuyt struck in the sixth minute and then slotted home a penalty in the 93rd minute to secure the points.
Nevertheless, we're still sitting fourth - and Harry was determined to look forward.
"We have to pick ourselves up now because we have a lot of big games coming up and we're still right in the race," said Harry.
"The top four is very open. It's all to play for. We've been on a good run and just because we've lost one game doesn't mean we're out of it.
"We've made massive strides. This time last year we were fourth from bottom and only out of the bottom three on goal difference. We've come a long way since then."