Thibaut Courtois is eager to help Belgium recover from their friendly defeat to Spain on Thursday.
The Red Devils lost 2-0 to the Spaniards in Brussels in new manager Roberto Martinez's first game in charge.
Chelsea goalkeeper Courtois played a full 90 minutes at the King Baudouin Stadium, conceding twice to Manchester City's David Silva, but is immediately eyeing the chance to bounce back early next week.
Belgium open their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign against Cyprus in Nicosia on Tuesday night and Courtois is determined to see a more positive result.
Not our best game yesterday. Now looking for a good start in the qualifiers against Cyprus! #belgium@BelRedDevilspic.twitter.com/qjFTU9G2r2
— Thibaut Courtois (@thibautcourtois) September 2, 2016