Walsall defender Zak Jules believes the Saddlers need to remain level headed as they look to respond from their defeat to Salford City.
Darrell Clarke’s side saw their four match winning streak in all competitions come to an end at the weekend.
Jules sees no reason to panic and has faith in himself and his teammates and feels they won’t find it too hard to bounce back.
“I don’t think it will be difficult,” said Jules.
“The lads know what we’re all capable of, we know what it takes to win a game and in this division there are no easy games and anyone can beat anyone.
“It’s down to us to keep our feet on the ground and not get too complacent, not get too high when we’re winning or too low when we’re losing.
“It’s just a case of staying level headed and believing in each other as individuals and as a group, which I think we all do.
“We’ll regroup and hopefully we can turn it around with a positive result.”
Jules has found himself playing at left-back in recent weeks following an injury to Cameron Pring.
The 22-year-old is has adjusted to the demands of playing full-back and is enjoying the role.
“It’s different to centre-half,” he admitted.
“It’s a lot more demanding physically than centre-half in terms of getting up and down the pitch but I’m enjoying it.
“I’ll play anywhere the manager wants me to play as long as I’m on the pitch and I can help the team. It’s another string to my bow.”
Walsall will be hoping to bounce back when they take on Leyton Orient this weekend.
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