Swansea goalkeeper Michel Vorm admits he is desperate to move on from Saturday's 3-1 defeat at Norwich.
The Swans have now lost five consecutive away games and found themselves 2-0 down within just 10 minutes against a club who they were promoted alongside last season.
It was a result that left Brendan Rodgers' side in 13th place, owing to their impressive home form which has seen them unbeaten at the Liberty Stadium.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are their opponents on Saturday, a side who are also in disappointing form having lost their last five Premier League games.
But Vorm, who has impressed since making the summer move from Utrecht, is keen to eradicate Swansea's problems away from home and believes they are capable of better performances than Saturday's.
Move onto Wolves
He told the club's official website: "We want to put the last result behind us and move onto Wolves, but it's important we learn from what went wrong.
"The next game is important but we had opportunities to win against Norwich. It's frustrating but we have to go on and if we play as we do at home, we can win matches like Wolves.
"But if we play as we did on Saturday then we can also lose.
"As a team we started very badly and after ten minutes we were 2-0 down.
"Norwich aren't the best team in the league and if we'd played our own game and not conceded so early we had a good chance of winning.
"Against Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea we conceded goals but that was a different kind of level.
"I didn't expect us to concede three at Norwich, it was a bad day for us as a team.
"The defence wasn't that good and at this level every team can score if you don't defend well. I didn't really have a chance with any of the goals."