Winger Hal Robson-Kanu says that the lads will quickly move on from Saturday's defeat, as Premier League matches start to come thick and fast for the Royals.
It was Hal's fierce effort that bizarrely fooled Latics goalkeeper Ali Al-Habsi to make it 2-2 - but the 23-year-old was naturally disappointed not to have at least taken a point.
"Unfortunately it just wasn't meant to be," said Hal. "We created a lot of chances so we could have scored more, but that's football.
"To score two goals away from home and not come away with anything is disappointing - but we have to pick ourselves up and move on quickly."
The Royals have little time to lick their wounds - and with a trip to Aston Villa on the horizon tomorrow night, Hal says the players will be determined as ever to get a positive result.
"We can turn this into a positive and go to Villa and get what we want," the Winger added.
"Every game is as important as the next so we really do now have to focus on Villa and hopefully we can come away with three points."