Truro City boss Steve Massey says his players need to quickly shake off the disappointment of losing on penalties on Tuesday.
The White Tigers face Cambridge City on Saturday, a few days after losing 6-5 on penalties against Bridgwater Town in the Southern League Cup.
"We've been getting over losing on penalties, for which I take the blame," he told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"In all my career - player and manager - I've never won a penalty shoot-out."
Massey added: "But there were so many positives to take out of the performance, particularly the three goals we scored.
"And we're hoping that Ben Watson, who I rested on Tuesday, will have a late fitness test as will Joe Broad. And Les Afful and Neil Slateford will also come back in to contention for Saturday's game."