After suffering a 3-0 defeat to Enyimba, Niger Tornadoes' Reuben Ogbonnaya assures they will keep their heads high.
The Minna outfit remain in the eighth position with 40 points from 28 matches despite weekend's loss.
"It's a very bad result for us," Ogbonnaya told Goal.
"To have conceded three goals is not a welcome thing for us. We all are not happy with the results but we will keep our heads high for better results next time.
"Three things must happen in the game, you win or lose or draw. One of these must happen. Unfortunately, we lost but that isn't the end. We shall double up efforts and give it a better try in our next match.
"The league is a marathon so matches are meant to be won, lost and sometimes points will be shared. The match is now in the past but we have switched to the future," he concluded.