Burnley captain Steven Caldwell says the team must bounce back from their defeat to Wigan on Saturday.
The Clarets were beaten 3-1 by the Latics at Turf Moor after Burnley had taken the lead through Steven Fletcher, but a double from Hugo Rodallega and a third from Emmerson Boyce sealed the win for Roberto Martinez's side.
The defeat ends Burnley's 100 per cent record at Turf Moor so far this season, and their skipper says they hope to get back to winning ways when they take on Hull at the weekend.
"You have to learn from the mistakes and performances and there are a lot of things to learn which we'll go away and do," he said.
"But the important thing is that you don't get too down about it. It's a very disappointing defeat for us but we've got a massive game next Saturday at home to Hull.
"We will analyse the Wigan game, look at it and then put it to bed."
With the Clarets leading 1-0, goalkeeper Brian Jensen went to ground with a twisted ankle whilst attempting to claim a cross, and Latics forward Rodallega ran the ball into the empty net.
"It looked like a slip and it was disappointing for the team because I thought we were thoroughly on top at that point," Caldwell added.
"We were bossing the game, a goal in the lead and we looked like we were going to score more goals.
"It was a real shock and the atmosphere flattened and the crowd felt the shock of that goal as well.
"It was just a really disappointing day. We don't like to lose any football matches but we were proud of our home record and that's gone now."