“[It was] details today. I put my hands up for this mistake, it shouldn’t happen. Of course the team has my back and everything but, for me personally, I’m just hating myself [for giving] away a penalty and losing the game 1-0 for a stupid mistake.
“We have to be more consistent, home and away. That’s how we’re going to win leagues, how we’re going to be at the top, how we’re going to improve: by winning, by being more clever, by being – I would say – cheeky.
“The centre-backs kick us, they kick the strikers and everything. The referee didn’t give a foul but you have to work on this part and maybe be a bit more cheeky.
“We have to improve and learn from these mistakes today. It’s eating me obviously. We have to be better than that.”