Walsall boss Darrell Clarke has today admitted he is happy with the positive start despite the large turnaround in personnel.
The Saddlers got rid of twenty players in the summer and fifteen new players came in and despite that the Saddlers are unbeaten in their opening two league games – against two sides expected to be at the top end of League 2 this season.
Speaking to the Express and Star, Clarke said
“I think if you look where we’ve come as a club in such a short space of time, I think it’s been really positive.”
“The lads are gelling nicely but we want to keep getting better and the demands never go away from me. We have got a little bit of momentum now, we are unbeaten in two. Lets take that into the next game and see where we go.”
“This is a massive rebuilding job and for me the signs in the first two games are really positive.”
The Saddlers are back in action tomorrow as we face Crawley in the Carabao Cup First Round before returning back to league action on Saturday with a short trip to Crewe.