David Wagner’s men were unlucky in defeat on Sunday when they lost 2-1 to City.
The Terriers defended well at the John Smith’s Stadium before Raheem Sterling’s late goal rescued the win for the Citizens.
Huddersfield face another stern test when they travel to Arsenal on Wednesday night and Jorgensen is confident they will not make the same mistake in another big game.
He told the Huddersfield Examiner: “We can learn that you don’t even have to make mistakes for them to punish you, and although the second goal is lucky, we have to remember how much quality is in their team, it’s on a different level to what you can imagine.
“It will be a great test for us, and a big one especially going to play at somewhere like the Emirates, but realistically every game is a big game for us in this division.
“We all know that it’s a long season, but going into this busy period we want to be picking up some points, so hopefully we can get something in the next few games.”