"So it's up to Micah to show he can handle that. I think he can. He is a good, clever boy or man, as he now is.
"I think you have to learn from setbacks and if you want to be in football for a long time you have to know that sooner or later you will have a slump.
"And of course, you have to rise up and make that situation right again. Micah certainly wasn't singing yesterday when he returned to us from England duty.
"He was a little tired after all the travelling he's done over the past week or so. He's a young man who was looking forward to a big tournament, so it's understandable he's disappointed.
"I spoke to Micah yesterday and I've seen him today. I didn't need to ask how he felt. We will have to lift him before the game with Reading."