- News Archive
Posted 10 April 2012 4:01pm
Ryan Nelsen has stressed the importance of not dwelling on Monday's loss to Norwich.
The defender came on as a first half substitute for Younes Kaboul, and while he was disappointed with the result, Ryan believes we must move on quickly with crucial fixtures in the weeks ahead.
"It's horrible, losing is not a good feeling. It was a big game and in all honesty, you've got to give a lot of credit to Norwich, they worked extremely hard and were hard to breakdown,' the New Zealander told Spurs TV Online.
"The Premier League is a fairly humbling place to play. No matter how talented your team, you've got to be going out 100%, and Norwich were today. But we've got to put it behind us now, and look ahead to Sunday's FA Cup semi-final. It's a big game for the Club and a great opportunity.
"There will be a lot of twists and turns before the end of the season. It's easy to get very down about one result but what happens in two week's time, two game's time, it can be a whole different picture.
"What we've got to do is concentrate on ourselves, concentrate on winning, and hopefully remedying results like this."