Huddersfield Town and Denmark defender Mathias 'Zanka' Jorgensen is determined to prove that the 4-0 defeat at the hands of Tottenham was a one-off.
A brace from Harry Kane and individual strikes from Ben Davies and Moussa Sissoko gave David Wagner's side their heaviest defeat of the season prior to the international break, although their fixture on Saturday against Swansea presents the chance for himself and teammates to put things right.
Speaking to The Huddersfield Daily Examiner, Jorgensen stated: "We are all incredibly eager to go out there again and show that we belong in this league and that the Spurs game was a one-off."
Jorgensen followed on to give an insight into how he believes the game will be against Swansea when the two sides meet this Saturday.
He continued to say: "I think it will be a fairly open game.
"I'm fairly certain we'll go out there and we'll play our game and you will see our identity coming because we were lacking that a little bit last game."
The Danish international has certainly caught the eye this season with an impressive start to life in the Premier League following his transfer from FC Copenhagen this summer.
Keeping clean sheets in their opening three fixtures has seen Huddersfield command a respectable 11th position, with Jorgensen and Wagner hoping Huddersfield can turn the corner against Swansea.