Inter Milan captain Javier Zanetti refused to be too downbeat as he reflected on Sunday's 3-2 loss to Atalanta - a result which halted his side's seven-game winning streak.
Inter coach Andrea Stramaccioni was equally sanguine in defeat and felt his players were unlucky not to emerge with anything to show for their efforts.
"We were a little careless at the back at times but Inter always looked dangerous and we played at a high tempo," he said.
"This defeat won't douse our enthusiasm, we'll push on with our heads held high."
Stramaccioni, meanwhile, has once again backed Wesley Snejider.
The Dutch player is currently in the sidelines due to injury, but Stramaccioni still has big faith in him.
"I have a big feeling with Wesley. He wants to come back soon and his value is not under discussion."