Elvis Bwomono made his 10th appearance for Blues last weekend, coming on for the injuried Ben Coker in the 2-0 defeat to Oxford.
Despite the result the young full-back came away with a lot of useful experience as he has done all season.
"I thought I attacked well and defended well, it's another game that I take in my stride and I want to keep it going.
"This is my break through season and I've been on the bench a few times and I'm learning every time I'm in the squad.
"Every single footbaler wants to constantly play but I'm young and I understand that. Demetriou is having a wonderful season so if he plays all I have to do is learn from him, train hard, work hard and be ready for whenever the chance comes."
It was the first time in 10 games that Blues lost to Oxford in 90 minutes. Over 800 Blues fans made the journey which Bwomono praised, and he hopes to put things right when MK Dons visit Roots Hall this weekend.
"The away support has been unbelievable, they've taken well to me since I've been in the team so every single bit of backing they can give me and the team is positive.
"We are disappointed with the result, it's a game that we thought we could come in to and win, but unfortunately we didn't take our chances at one end and at the other there was more pressure and obvisouly Oxford got some goals.
"We want more and expect more from ourselves, we expect to come to these games and defend well, attack well and take our chances as much as we can, so of course there was frustration when the goals went in.
"It was just one of those days when it didn't work out for us, but we will go back to the training ground work hard and we'll be ready for the next game."