KK Zagreb coach Danijel Jusup has admitted his side must forget about their recent defeat to city rivals KK Cibona and focus on their next fixture.
Jusup`s outfit suffered a 85-75 defeat to Cibona on Sunday in the Adriatic League on the heels of a 91-83 setback to Red Star Belgrade a week earlier.
The Zagreb coach, though, said the team must now switch their attentions to their EuroCup meeting with French side Gravelines on Tuesday.
"After the defeat against KK Cibona we have some time to get ourselves together," Jusup said.
"Gravelines are, as far as I've seen, a team made out of a lot of foreign players.
"From the players that are known in Croatia, I would highlight Tony Stanley, an American who played in Buducnost Podgorica and has a good shot.
"He is their most dangerous player. They also have another good American player, their playmaker, who is good at developing their game.
"We must do whatever it takes to prevent their shots and neutralise their offensive rebounding and if we do that, I think we have a good chance to win.
"They are also very experienced team, with only one or two young players.
"I think we can play good basketball against them, especially at home in Zagreb and then we will see what happens in the away game because they have a good atmosphere in their arena."
KK Zagreb centre Ante Tomic is determined his side get a positive result despite his admission that he does not know a great deal about Gravelines.
"We haven't had time to take a look at the French team yet," Tomic said.
"But it's a very important game for use and we will use the last days to prepare as well as possible.
"This is the EuroCup - we are in it after some long years and we surely don't want to end our campaign at the first step
"It is not going to be easy but we will try to use the home court advantage and I hope we win at home with a bigger margin because we want to make it to the group stages."