Bolton defender Gary Cahill has spoken of his disappointment after the Trotters were thrashed by Stoke in the FA Cup semi-final.
The Trotters endured a miserable afternoon at Wembley with a 5-0 reverse at the hands of the Potters.
Cahill believed Owen Coyle's side had failed to do themselves justice and they must reflect on the defeat and then try and move on.
He told Sky Sports News: "Massively disappointed, as you could imagine. We had a great following here with the fans and we didn't perform for them.
"We haven't played like that all season so to save it for a day like this is unbelievably disappointing.
"I don't know, I don't know if it is the occasion or what but at this level you can not afford to carry one or two players, never mind a whole bunch of us.
"So a lot of players will look at that and reflect and try and move on. There's nothing we can do now except be massively disappointed with what has just happened.
"It's not something that you will look back on fondly upon, you know.
"And the most disappointing thing is we never give a good account of ourselves. We went out there and played terrible - not terrible but I mean people not wanting to show for the ball, we did things that was out of character."