Mats Møller Dæhli was naturally frustrated with Cardiff City’s fifth round FA Cup loss against holders Wigan Athletic on Saturday, but the teenager, having played his first ninety minutes for the Bluebirds is now looking to Saturday’s upcoming test against Hull City as a big chance to get on the winning trail.
“It was a disappointing result,” Mats said after the game. “We wanted to go through and now we just have to bounce back in the league and focus on staying up and we can do that.
“I think we played too slow against Wigan. We didn’t play quick enough. We created chances and they had three shots and scored two goals so we have to be clinical. It just wasn’t good enough.
“I thought we played well, but we have to take our chances at this level. If you don’t you get punished and that’s what happened. We had enough chances to win the game, but just didn’t take them and we have to work on that.
“You want to win every game you play and now we will focus on the league and doing well there. We just need the belief and to take our chances and we will be fine.
“We are determined to beat Hull and all the players know the job that needs to be done. The Hull game is massive now. We have five training sessions to work on stuff this weekend and kick on.”