Jamie Mackie has called on his Queens Park Rangers team-mates to stick together following their thumping at Fulham.
Fulham hit their west London rivals for six in a dominant display at Craven Cottage with a number of Rangers players apoloising to the club's fans for their below-par display.
Adel Taarabt reportedly stormed out of Craven Cottage after being substituted at half-time to raise concerns over team morale.
However, Mackie, who made his return to action after nine months out at Fulham, has rallied the team to bounce back from the disappointment.
"We've got to stay together and not blame each other," Mackie told the Fulham Chronicle.
"But I'm delighted to be back and I want to make an impact now.
"We'll need a bit of time to reflect. But we don't want to get too low after a bad defeat, the same as we don't want to get too high after a good win."