Coleraine boss Oran Kearney has thrown down the gauntlet to his players as they look to bounce back from successive Premiership defeats.
The Bannsiders followed up their stellar victory over champions Cliftonville in front of the Sky cameras by losing to Dungannon Swifts and Ballinamallard United.
It served a significant dent in Coleraine’s Premiership ambitions - the double whammy leaving them wedged in 10th spot in the table.
Looking ahead to Saturday’s clash with Warrenpoint Town at the Showgrounds, Kearney has demanded a response.
“The two defeats were disappointing, and they were two sucker punches,” he said.
“But we can’t sit and wallow in self pity and feel sorry for ourselves. We now have to go out and bounce back.
“We have to put things right and prove we have the stomach for the fight.
“The positive thing is we are creating chances and playing some good football. The aim now is to start taking those chances, like we did against Cliftonville.
“That has been the difference in the last two games - we haven’t been clinical enough.”