Andy Butler was left frustrated as the Belles suffered their first defeat in the FAWNL Division One Midlands with a 5-2 defeat to Lincoln City on Wednesday night.
Butler said: “We can’t just turn up for one game, we have to turn up for every game.
“The performance wasn’t there on Wednesday, it wasn’t our most fluid but we can’t dwell on it now. We have a week free to recover.
“It’s about being consistent, if you’re not consistent in this division and if you don’t do the basics right, you will lose.
“You don’t become a bad team overnight and it’s going to be about how we react in the next game”.
With a free weekend, Butler spoke about moving forward and assessing the performances in the three games played.
He added: “We have the footage so we can look at the positives and what we can work on and see what we can do better.
“The main thing I want to see is that we are learning from the mistakes and we can show we are capable of.
“I’m looking forward to the challenge, I know the players are looking forward to the challenge and hopefully we can rise again, be consistent and enjoy it.”
The Belles next match is away to Bedworth United Sunday September 5.