Martin O’Connor felt his players showed what they are capable of in the Saddlers’ convincing 3-0 victory over play-off chasing Peterborough.
An Andy Cook header, a Daniel Lafferty own goal and a Josh Gordon strike secured all three points, taking the Saddlers’ survival bid into the final day.
“That is what I thought the boys could do since I have been here,” said O’Connor
“We won the game and we showed what we can produce against a team who are pushing to get back into the play-offs.
“We will take the three points and the clean sheet and we will now look ahead to the Shrewsbury game and that is what I demand from the team.
“I thought we could hurt Peterborough in various areas and get people in forward areas to try and be more creative and get shots off and I think it worked.”