Bournemouth defender Marcos Senesi believes the international break is the ideal time for a reset.
The Cherries were disappointing in a recent Premier League loss to Aston Villa.
After the 3-0 loss, Senesi believes that a two-week break is what his team needs to reevaluate their form and go hard until the end of the season to avoid relegation.
Speaking to the Daily Echo, the 25-year-old stated: “Of course, (Villa) was a chance we could take some points after the few results before, but it is a pity.
“We have to go again now. We have two weeks to restart, to fix things and go.
“I think we have to forget this, watch maybe the game again and watch where the mistakes are and work on it, and fix it for the next game."