Gareth Ainsworth says he has faith in his side to bounce back from Tuesday's loss to Bristol Rovers when they head to Millwall.
Wycombe's six-match unbeaten run came to a grinding halt with a 3-0 defeat at Bristol Rovers, but Ainsworth remained upbeat despite an uncharacteristic second-half collapse.
"We collapsed in the last 30 minutes and that's not like us at all," he told Chairboys PlayerHD. "It was a very soft foul given for their first goal, but it's a great free-kick and the thing for me is we should have kept it at 1-0.
"The two goals after that were very sloppy and really avoidable and that has cost us. But I've not been too down on the boys; we've had a fantastic run, we've done really well and now we have a big game against Millwall on Saturday."
The Chairboys visit the League 1 side in the second round of the Emirates FA Cup (k.o. 3pm), and will aim to bounce back after a Matt Taylor hat-trick earned Rovers the three points at the Memorial Ground.
"We'll have a look at the video; it won't be nice viewing, but we'll be back again on Thursday," Ainsworth added. "I know these boys, they'll pick themselves up quickly and they won't carry this with them. We have a good tie against Millwall in the FA Cup with nothing to lose.
"It's a nice distraction without any pressure. We are going to go to The Den and give a good account of ourselves. We ran them close in the League Cup last year so there's no reason why we can't get through to the third round."
Check out Gareth's full reaction in his post-match press conference and match highlights on Chairboys PlayerHD now.