Wolves boss Mick McCarthy is confident Wayne Hennessey will respond positively to a couple of costly mistakes against Manchester City.
The Wales international was at fault for City's opening two goals in a 3-1 victory for the Blues at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.
First he saw a clearance charged down by Sergio Aguero, allowing Edin Dzeko to return the ball into an empty net, before parrying a David Silva shot into the path of Aleksandar Kolarov to turn home.
McCarthy acknowledges that Hennessey endured a tough time, but is adamant that the 24-year-old goalkeeper will not be dwelling on a rare bad performance.
"There's no doubt he'll get over it," he told the club's official website.
"He's fine, he made a rick, get on with it.
"He's had all the support from me and all his team-mates.
"He's been fabulous, he's had a really good season and it happens to the best.
"It's one them - it could have bounced anywhere but bounced into his (Dzeko's) path and he finishes, but Wayne is fine.
"I don't know how you get better for that experience. I really don't.
"It's like saying if I got a smack on the nose and got a broken nose, I'd be better for the experience - he's alright and he will handle it.
"He made a mistake, they closed him down, you just get on with it.
"He's one of the best with either feet. It's one of those things, it's happened."