Mikki Austin says she is excited to see how her team will respond as they travel to Scotland tomorrow to take on the Strathclyde Sirens.
Storm are looking to bounce back following a last-gasp defeat to London Pulse on Monday night.
But Mikki believes the quick turnaround is the perfect opportunity to get back on track.
The Sirens are searching for their maiden win of the new Superleague season following narrow defeats to London Pulse and Loughborough Lightning.
Looking ahead to the game, Mikki said: “I said to the girls by the time we are back in training we have to have binned the Pulse game.
“We can’t afford to lose a training session due to a netball hangover.
“That quick turnaround this week will stand us in good stead.
“We know Sirens have had a solid start to the season in terms of their performances, they have probably been a little bit unlucky with their results.
“It’s their first home game so we know they will come out gunning.
“It’s a tough journey to go away to Sirens anyway, its always a pretty long day.
“Ultimately we are up for the challenge.
“I’m excited to see what the girls can do and how they respond.”