Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton has called on the squad to bounce back quickly after suffering a 3-0 defeat to Leicester at the weekend.
The Clarets performed well for the opening 45 minutes at the King Power Stadium, although Islam Slimani broke the deadlock in added-on time.
The Foxes' record signing bagged his second shortly after the restart before Ben Mee put into his own net to round off the afternoon and hand all three points to the champions.
Burnley’s next clash is against Watford at Turf Moor on Monday and Heaton has called for a big response when they welcome the Hornets.
Heaton said: “It’s important (to bounce back).
“We know the magnitude of the challenge and we know that we were away at the Premier League champions. It’s going to be tough but the frustration is that we were well in the game and doing well. It was a soft way to give it away really which is the biggest frustration.
“It is disappointing, there’s no hiding that. That last couple of minutes before the end of the first half and the next couple of minutes when we’re looking to get back in to the game - all of a sudden you’re 2-0 down away from home and the game got away from us very quickly.”