Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford believes the team has the quality to bounce back in the Premier League against Brentford.
The Toffees were humbled by Manchester City last weekend, and are aiming to get back to winning ways.
The shot stopper, who has excelled for Everton and England this term, wants his team to show their best selves against the newly promoted side.
"Manchester City are such a good team, we tried to make it hard for them to get through us but sometimes they will get through and that is when I am going to be called on and need to be in the moment," said Pickford.
"They scored just before half-time, which hurt us a bit.
"We reset as a team [during half-time], we are mentally tough, but they were the better side and we have to give them credit, the football they play is incredible.
"Some games don't go your way and you have to focus on the next one.
"We are all human [so feel down after losing] but it is about working hard every day and giving 100 percent on the training pitch, which we do.
"It is about Brentford now. Every game in the Premier League is tough but we need to get a result next weekend."