Cameron Norman knows the Saddlers must eradicate the defensive mistakes that proved costly in the defeat to Plymouth.
Ryan Edwards and Niall Canavan both scored headers from Graham Carey free-kicks to earn resurgent Argyle a fourth successive win – despite a terrific solo effort from Andy Cook.
“We started the game quite well,” said Norman, who was making his second Saddlers appearance following his move from Oxford.
“At half-time we felt we were in the game and playing the conditions because it was a tough night.
“We struggled in the second half, just with individual things really, and to concede from two set-pieces was really disappointing.
“We made a few good clearances and we limited them to very few chances so it was gutting to concede from two set-pieces.
“Even when we conceded those goals, we still felt like we were in the game. When Cooky got his goal, we were trying to push on for the second.
“It was disappointing to come away with nothing because I thought we deserved something from the game – and recently they’ve been good at home.
“We’ve got to iron out the little mistakes that are costing us at the moment. Hopefully we can do that and get a positive result when we face Rochdale at home.”