"We have to aim at Mons now."
"The difference in level with Chelsea was way too big, we have to turn that page now," Mario Been said in his weekly pre-match press chat.
'I'm not denying we took a bit of a mental blow but we have to lean on the second half which was not bad to say the least," Been said. "But now we have to concentrate on Mons. That will be a crucial game as are all the upcoming fixtures. We simply owe it to ourselves to get amongst the top six in the Jupiler League. Putting too much pressure can be paralysing but we are the Belgian champions and that's the image we have to spread. With the support of our magnificent fans that is possible. I would like to emphasize it once again : Our fans were incredible in London, a pity we couldn't do more to reward them."
Most likely Been can rely on Nadson again. "He gave me the thumbs up more than once during training this week, so he should be ok," the Genk coach concluded.