David James was disappointed not to get his first positive result in a Cherries shirt on Saturday, and insists the Cherries must learn from their mistakes ahead of next weekend's fixture at home to Leyton Orient.
Coventry City snatched the points after the Cherries failed to capitalise on long spells of possession and James was disappointed in the manner in which the visitors conceded the only goal of the game.
"The biggest frustration was conceding a cheap goal," he said. "It was from a throw in in the final third which adds to the four goals from set-plays that we have conceded in the last three games and it is something that needs to be worked out."
The stopper, who has featured in all three games since his arrival on the south coast ten days ago, feels that the Cherries need to emulate the levels of performance seen in training if they are to kick-start their season.
"I think the team are good," he said. "In training we do some fantastic stuff à la the first half today, when the ball was being played about and we just need to continue doing that - tighten up the set plays and all of a sudden we'll rise up the league."
"None of the teams we have played against have been capable of doing what we are capable of doing when we get it right - it's doing it for 90 minutes, and getting a win on Saturday."
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