Leicester boss Claude Puel was in philosophical mood after watching his side crash to a heavy 5-1 defeat at Manchester City in Saturday's late kick off.
The Foxes have undergone a turbulent week at the King Power Stadium, with key player Riyad Mahrez absent from training for the majority of the week after a proposed deadline day transfer to Manchester City fell through.
The Algerian midfielder returned to the fold as a second-half substitute, and speaking to Sky Sports after the game, Puel stressed the importance of moving the club forward with Mahrez.
"We need to forget this game. We played against a great team and we need to look forward now and prepare for our next game with confidence."
The Foxes went into the half-time break level at the Etihad, but were blown away by a four-goal blitz from Sergio Aguero in the second half, with Puel admitting it had been a difficult evening for his side.
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"We had some luck to come back in the game after their first goal, we conceded the goals in a bad time just at the beginning of both halves.
"They killed the game with the second and took confidence, and then it's difficult to resist against a team like this. They press, they play between the lines. It's difficult to start and have a certain position against them - but it's a lot of goals conceded, which is a shame."