Chris Hughton says that individual errors must be reduced in order to get the season back on track against Southampton on Saturday.
As the first team coach reflected on the 4-2 reverse against Chelsea, he took little consolation from the fact that the team competed well in the first third - pointing out that this adds to the disappointment.
"I think that was the most disappointing factor," said Chris. "If they had come at us right from the start then we'd have known to adopt a defensive type of game and possibly we would have re-grouped like we did at Liverpool and churn out a result.
"The performance in that first bit was good considering we were away from home against one of the top teams. What was more disappointing was how we conceded two goals in such a short period of time.
"As professionals, as always, we hold our hands up and what we have been guilty of in the last two games is individual errors. When I look at the first three games it is something we weren't guilty of.
"It is all about bouncing back from that now."