DISAPPOINTED Barnsley boss Mark Robins was keen to shrug off Saturday’s dismal home reverse as quickly as possible and move on.
The Reds failed to build on last Tuesday’s thrilling performance at Leeds as they slid dismally to a 2-0 Oakwell defeat against high-flying Norwich.
Andrew Crofts won the game for the Canaries as he struck two clinical goals inside eight first-half minutes.
“It was a bad day at the office, undoubtedly, but it’s up to us to move on now,” reflected Robins.
“Saturday’s performance with the one at Leeds were like chalk and cheese.
“We didn’t produce any flow or momentum. At least we didn’t fold in the second half, but there’s plenty for us to be working on this week now.”