Last Updated: Mon, 10 Mar 2014 11:15
Charlton boss Chris Powell knows he needs to pick his side up quickly following their FA Cup disappointment.
A miserable weekend for the Addicks saw them denied a first semi-final appearance since 1947 as they crashed 2-0 at Sheffield United, while results elsewhere sent them bottom of the Championship.
But the cup run has left Charlton with three or four games in hand on the teams above them and they face a crucial home match with Huddersfield on Wednesday before a weekend six-pointer at south London rivals Millwall.
And Powell admits his downcast players must immediately their attentions to the relegation run-in.
"It can't be anything else now," he said.
"We're disappointed but we move on. We have a few games in hand and it's all in our hands.
"If we win both of the next week's games then the table will have a different complexion."
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