Martyn Corrigan has told his Stenhousemuir players they must learn from their mistakes and move on after last weekend’s 8-0 hammering against league leaders Rangers.
The Glasgow side may have a budget for players greater than all the other League One clubs combined, but the Warriors boss was still disappointed at how easily his side lost goals at Ibrox.
“We defended very poorly at all of the goals,” he said. “We just didn’t do the things we’ve done well in previous weeks.
“But we’ll learn from our mistakes and try and turn them into positives.
“I told the players that we won’t be playing at Ibrox every week. We now need to move on and try and get back to where we want to be.
“The only two teams we’ve lost to this season are the ones above us in the league.”
Muir face East Fife at Ochilview on Saturday, a fixture that Warriors fans will feel confident their team can win.
David Rowson is only absentee for the homeside, but continues to make progress after a cartilage operation.