Jermaine Johnson has signalled that he intends to face the future with determination despite the blow of his sending-off and three=match ban.
His Owls team-mate Rhys McCabe says that the team can learn lessons from their disappointing performance in the Cup defeat in which JJ was sent off.
Manager Dave Jones says that the staff and players have a responsibility to keep working and add the qualities that were missing at Rotherham.
Johnson, who tweeted an apology after the cup-tie, has also said: “Strength and confidence are more effective than weak and insecure. I don’t cry about something; I face it with determination and certainty.”
McCabe said: “Heads calmed down, thoughts been made, learning curve for all.”
Jones says: “We’re disapppinted, because we know we’re better than that. We did certain things well, but not enough of them.
“It’s not just our ability and running power that will win us matches; we have to add the other bits and stick together.”