Harry Kane will not be dwelling on missed chances as he attempts to fire Norwich past Doncaster in the Capital One Cup tonight.
The on-loan Tottenham striker made his Canaries debut against West Ham last weekend, but blew the opportunity to become an instant hit when he scuffed a great chance late on.
However, the 19-year-old insists that won't bother him when he leads the Norwich attack against Doncaster.
"You just have to get on with it," said Kane, who has had loan stints at Leyton Orient and Milwall over the past two seasons.
"The quicker you put it out of your mind and move on, the quicker you can take the next one.
"I have proved I can score goals with the two loan spells I have been on, now I want to do that in the Premier League."
Kane had been in Andre Villas-Boas' plans, but that changed when the Spurs boss clinched the signing of Clint Dempsey.
"It was all kind of last minute," said Kane. "I was number three striker at Spurs, then on deadline day they signed Clint Dempsey.
"When I knew that was happening, the manager said it would be good to get some games out on loan, so that is when the deal got done.
"I want to be playing week in and week out in the Premier League, so Norwich was a great opportunity for me.
"It is the next step; it is what I want to be doing."