City defender Kyle McFadzen says his side must move on quickly and focus on the game ahead.
Doubles from Elijah Adebayo and Harry Cornick, and another from Luke Berry confirmed the Sky Blues defeat away to Luton.
Captain, on the night, Kyle McFadzean admits his side were disappointed with the loss and says City need to pick themselves up ahead of Saturday’s clash against Fulham.
“We need to move on quick and forget about it and address it in the international break.
“We’re disappointed we’ve let the fans down, they’ve travelled in their numbers, so we need to put it right Saturday, its going to be a tough game, don’t get me wrong, but we’ve been good at home, but first and foremost we’ve got to pick it up away, we’ve had five games away, won one, drawn one and lost the others.
“We didn’t deal with first ball, we got told about it enough times and we know what their game plan was, but we didn’t deal with it, we weren’t good enough.”
McFadzean voiced his disappointment in City conceding their top defensive record, but knows the Sky Blues must turn it around quickly.
“It’s disappointing and we had the best defence until tonight, so we’ve got another ten games, so we’ll see if we can do it again and pick as many points up as we have now.
“Were gutted, really, but you football swings around quickly and we’ve got a big game Saturday so, we’ve just got to forget about, but address it and put it right.