"The objective for us today was to get to another final".
"Kilmarnock saw the Spartak Moscow performance and they have seen Aberdeen and have seen them have success when they sit in and are disciplined and they play that block".
"But there have been some games at Ibrox especially where they have been very strong and just blown the opposition away so we have to be on our guard for that".
"I haven't had it (that kind of setback) and we haven't had it as a group, the fans haven't had it".
"We played well but we didn't have any quality in the last bit of our play".
"We had an incredible following at Hampden and I'm sure the supporters are feeling similar to ourselves".
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Devlin hailed the display of Lewis Ferguson, his fellow former Hamilton player, who scored Aberdeen's 79th-minute victor.
"The manager had mentioned he liked Lewis but it was a bolt out of the blue for me as well when he signed", added Devlin. Given his age as well, he's full of potential and to handle an occasion like he did on Sunday is something special. "That's one regret that's swirling round in my head right now. Obviously Aberdeen have taken that on and developed it further, playing in big games week after week".
They find themselves eighth in the Premiership with 12 points from nine games, with Hamilton set to visit Pittodrie in the league tomorrow, before meeting Kilmarnock at Rugby Park and Hibs back in the north-east. You can't keep saying in the next game we want that reaction. When the fixtures came out that was the one I looked for.
"Then the onus is on us to go and break that down and someone to step forward to create something".
"It's a new team so for a lot of the boys this is their first defeat at Hampden", he said.
"Rangers didn't bother them with ten minutes to go".