Coventry City keeper Chris Dunn has said that the City players need to smarten up in order to see out games.
Speaking to Sky Blue Player, after City’s cup exit to Southampton on Saturday, Dunn said: "It's just a case of being smart and seeing games out.
"That is down to communication, we can't give the ball away cheaply as we did in the lead up to the first goal.
“The other team is obviously going to have spells in the game when they put you under pressure but that is when you have to be solid as a unit.
“The boys are gutted to have lost the game given the chances we had in both halves and particularly how we dominated possession in the first.
"The manager said we have got to stop letting teams get crosses into our box because that is what has cost us at the end of the day.
"They haven't really had a shot to test us but it's those whipped balls in that are dangerous, especially when they are low and they are getting bodies across you, they are going to cause you problems."