Larsen said: "Basically in the first half, two moments cost us. There was a problem with communication at the back with the goalkeeper (Patrick Tignyemb).
"The second goal (Massa) was world class. It was a great free-kick and we were punished.
"We had three great chances, on another day those chances would have gone in.
"It's no time to panic. We know we are a quality team and we showed our quality."
The former Manning Rangers wingback added: "No disrespect to Tuks but we should have got points out of the match."