Joe Hart has acknowledged his poor performances at Euro 2016 were a major blow for his confidence, but he is ready to move on
Hart was at fault in his side's round-of-16 defeat against Iceland, having previously made an error in the group stages against Wales.
The Torino shot-stopper - on loan from Manchester City - has now admitted he should have done better, but he has already left the disappointment of the tournament in France behind after helping England to a scoreless draw with Slovenia on Tuesday, making a string of fine saves.
"I am gutted about how the summer went," Hart was quoted as saying by BBC.
"I would have loved to have saved the two shots that I should have saved [during Euro 2016] but they are gone.
"I am going to try and rectify that by being in a good place. Football moves quickly. You have to move on. You have got to keep fighting."