Southampton skipper Dean Hammond does not believe there is any reason to worry following Saturday's shock loss to lowly Doncaster.
Billy Sharp's goal condemned Saints to a second straight loss on the road but they remain two points clear at the top of the Championship.
And Hammond is now determined to return to winning ways when Southampton welcome Blackpool to St Mary's this weekend.
"It can't be too much of a worry as we're still top of the league, so we've not had a bad start to the season," Hammond told Saints' official website.
"I'm not worried about it, we'd like better away form and we'll have a look at it on our team meetings, analyse it and see where we go.
"It's been a busy week but we're still two points clear at the top, we're doing well, we're strong as a team and strong as a group.
"Three games in a week is always hard but we've got a good squad of players and a clear week to work on some things in training and get ourselves well prepared for the game against Blackpool on Saturday."