Nicky Devlin says the Saddlers will do everything they can to beat Shrewsbury on the final day.
The Saddlers must win to stand any chance of avoiding relegation and hope at least two other results go in our favour.
And Devlin says the team will be going all out to keep their side of the bargain.
“We just have to win the game by any means,” said Devlin.
“A draw won’t be good enough – we know we have to go and win.
“Again, we have to look for other people to give us a hand. But we can only do our part – that’s going to Shrewsbury and winning.
“If it takes the first minute for the goal or the 90th minute, as long as we win the game we give ourselves a chance.
“That has got to be the mindset for everyone. From the players to the staff, to the fans. Everyone connected to the club. It’s whatever it takes to get that win.
“If it means Dunny [Chris Dunn] coming up and scoring in the last minute – if that’s what it takes, that’s what it takes.
“We just need to make sure we win the game regardless of who scores the goals.
“It’ll be a tough game but we’ve just got to go there, be positive and hopefully that will be enough.”