Danny Cowley: "It's a disappointing result for sure. I thought we had good control until the 24th minute, and then they scored with their first two touches in our box. Ultimately, football games are won in both boxes.
"We played some decent stuff in the middle third, but we had too many players coming towards the ball and we didn't stretch the game enough. We shouldn't have nearly 70 per cent possession and lose 3-0. The challenge was never going to be easy, there was always going to be bumps along the road. And I don't like getting bullied, we're proud and so are our supporters. We need to do better."
Neil Harris: "I thought it was a really good away performance. You can see the togetherness in the group is outstanding and once we went ahead we were a real threat on the counter-attack. You have to find different ways to win sometimes and today we were good on the counter-attack.
"I've talked about turning draws into wins and we've done that against Luton and again tonight. We're getting into a nice position but you have to keep doing it at this level. We have a chance of the play-offs but it's just about winning games. We had a busy window and the group is really focused and happy. There's a really good feeling about the place and we need to continue that."