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ADAM Bogdan believes it is important Wanderers get back on another unbeaten run quickly after Saturday’s 2-0 home defeat to Brighton.

The Whites stopper was on the losing side for the first time in six matches against the Seagulls but does not want that same Saturday evening feeling of disappointment this weekend when Wanderers head to second-bottom Yeovil Town.

Bogdan said: “Obviously, we are disappointed we couldn’t continue our unbeaten run.

“It was just one of those days we have to get over very quickly.

“We have to focus on the next game and make sure we bounce back at Yeovil – that’s the way to look at it.

“We had one good run where we played really well so let’s start another.”

The Brighton reverse saw Wanderers fail to score for the second match in succession.

That came after nine goals in the previous two matches and Bogdan believes they need to rediscover that finishing touch at Huish Park.

He added: “On the day we didn’t have the edge to finish our chances and they scored at crucial times.

“When the second went in we were pressing and had a goal disallowed which I thought was a goal and it was a bad time for us to concede.

“I thought we had good possession and played quite well, but the finishing cost us.”