Stuttgart's 6-1 defeat to Bayern Munich is water under the bridge, according to coach Bruno Labbadia, who fittingly chose a canal boat for his pre-match press conference ahead of tomorrow's visit of Fortuna Dusseldorf to the Mercedes-Benz Arena.
That loss was the second in a row for the Swabians, but it has not caused irreparable damage, according to Labbadia.
``We must not question everything and throw overboard all that we have done,'' he said.
``The important thing is that we learn from our mistakes and never make them again in the future.
``We started well in two competitions and now it is up to us to get points in the Bundesliga too.''
Fortuna, by comparison, have made an excellent start to life back in the Bundesliga after a 15-year absence and Norbert Meier's side are the only club in the top flight not to have conceded a goal.
If that record remains intact come tomorrow evening, Meier will be a very happy man, but he knows Stuttgart are going to put his defence to the test.
``Obviously Stuttgart are not happy with the start they have made to the season,'' he said. ``They are going to want to put things straight against us and, since we are new to the league, we are just the right opponents for them.
``But maybe that gives us a small chance as well.''
With Vedad Ibisevic suspended for two games, Cacau will return to the Stuttgart starting XI alongside former Fortuna striker Martin Harnik.
Fortuna captain Andreas Lambertz is available for the first time this season after suspension and, should he take to the field, he will become the first player to have played in all four top divisions of German football with the same club.