Duvan Zapata admitted his disappointment after Udinese let a one goal lead slip to lose at home to Chievo.
The Colombian scored his first goal of the season to put the Bianconeri ahead on Sunday, but late strikes by Lucas Castro and Fabrizio Cacciatore won the day for the visitors.
“We wanted to win at home, but now we need to get ourselves back up for Wednesday [against Fiorentina],” Zapata admitted to Udinese TV.
“We were forced back in order to take space away from them, but the team had done well until the equaliser.
“In the dressing room we are all disappointed, we knew it was important to win. Now we are thinking about Fiorentina, which will be difficult.”