Walsall boss Darrell Clarke remains adamant that his side have enough ability to be able to shake off the Walsall nil label.
The Saddlers have failed to score in five of the last six games and have only scored three goals all season but Clarke is confident that will soon change
The Saddlers boss has seen enough in training and wants them to take it into games starting with Bradford City this weekend.
Speaking to the Official site, Clarke said
“I don’t want to keep sounding like a broken record but we just have to keep working on things and the lads have to take what they are doing well in training into the games when there is obviously more pressure on,”
Clarke has hinted with the arrival of Rory Gaffney and the return of Danny Guthrie and Rory Holden things will soon change.
“Danny is on his way back, he is a more creative player. But he’s had a lack of minutes following his hamstring injury,”
“Rory Gaffney has just come in as well and Rory Holden has just come back from injury. We’ve got a few boys who have done well to get through their third game in a week.”
The Saddlers are currently 21st in League 2, our lowest league position in the past thirty years – however you do get the feeling that once things start to click we will be fine.
It’s a weird feeling to have that despite being so low in the league we still have full confidence in the manager and the team to turn this around.