Rangers' on-loan defender Kyle Bartley knows it is important for his team-mates to refocus on SPL matters as soon as possible.
Gers continued their Europa League adventure with a last-gasp 2-2 draw against Sporting meaning they progressed on the away goals rule.
Rangers are back in domestic action this weekend with a meeting with St Johnstone and Bartley knows it will be a tough game against Derek McInnes' men.
For 19-year-old Bartley, who has spent time on loan with Sheffield United, progressing in Lisbon was an experience he will never forget and is now looking forward to tackling PSV Eindhoven in the next round.
"It is difficult when you get a result like that and a game that ends like that but we have to be professional," said Bartley.
"It was a fantastic win. I think it was quite a close tie and there wasn't much between the two teams. We did well in the end to get the result.
"Everybody was disappointed and upset with the way we played and the result against Celtic last week so it was brilliant to get a reaction and hopefully we can push on from here.
"I've had one game in Europe before but it was nothing like this. It was an absolute rollercoaster and I loved every second.
"We've got to switch our focus back to St Johnstone because it's going to be another tough game."