Sheffield United managerDanny Wilson has warned his players they must learn from their surprise 1-0 League One defeat at Wycombe.
Stuart Beavon's well-taken goal was all that separated the sides at Adams Park as the Blades fell to their first league defeat on the road this season - and Wilson could not quite believe it.
"It was complete dominance of a football game, chance after chance but not taking it and unfortunately we've been undone by one ball over the top and the boy has finished it well," said Wilson. "But we shouldn't have been in that position, the stats must be unbelievable, but the bottom line is we've lost and it's a lesson we have to learn.
"Harry is a young kid and I'm not going to hang him for it. He's going to make a few more mistakes before he ends his career.
"They'll say they defended well but they had a bit of luck on their side. You've got to take that luck and from our point of view we can't do much more in a game than we did.
"We've got to be a bit disappointed and frustrated if that's the right word but hopefully we'll take out our frustrations on Charlton next week."