Southampton goalkeeper Kelvin Davis is confident the side can recover quickly from their defeat by Bristol City.
The Saints fell to just their third league loss of the season after goals by Albert Adomah and Nicky Maynard gave the hosts a 2-0 win on Saturday.
Davis, 35, told BBC Radio Solent: "We're a resilient bunch so we'll just get on with it.
"We've got Hull at home on Tuesday and it's good to have the chance to get straight back out there."
The former Ipswich Town and Sunderland goalkeeper added: "We're determined to not let anything negative get in our dressing room. We'll stay strong and resolute.
"Obviously we're disappointed but you have to hand it to Bristol City, they pressed us well all over the park.
"It was an even game but they just had enough to get over the line today."
Southampton host Hull on Tuesday, looking to extend their streak of 20 consecutive home victories.