Ashley Williams will not allow a rare mistake in Swansea's 2-2 draw with Sunderland to weigh on his mind, with the defender already looking forward.
The Swans defender saw an under-hit back pass allow Steven Fletcher to race clear and open the scoring at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday.
It was an uncharacteristic loss of concentration which left Williams with his head in his hands, with the Wales international among the most reliable centre-halves in the Premier League.
"These things happen," he told the South Wales Evening Post.
"It's just about the way we play. I could have easily tapped it out for a throw-in, but we keep the ball and I probably do that pass 10 or 12 times every game.
"I've made mistakes before and it won't be my last. I have to get on with it.
"Personally you feel you've let the team down, but you don't do anyone any good by not getting on with things.
"You've got to pick your head up and get on with it. I've made enough mistakes, everyone knows I've made mistakes. It hurts, but you get your head up."
It was not just Williams who was out of luck on Saturday, with Neil Taylor suffering a broken ankle and summer signing Chico picking up a red card.
Given that everything which could go wrong did go wrong, the Swans were understandably delighted to take something from a game in which they also trailed twice.
"We battled back to get the draw so that's a big positive," added Williams.
"We've had an incredible two weeks but in the Premier League it's not always going to be like that.
"We enjoyed the last fortnight because you won't always get that in football.
"Saturday was one of those days when you had a mistake from myself, Taylor's injury, the sending off and them scoring after 52 minutes of the first half.
"After all that we got a point."