Walsall midfielder Rory Holden says the mood in the Saddlers camp is positive ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Stevenage.
The midfielder is in fine form and has had a big impact in the last four games during a solid February for Walsall.
Holden is keen to help Walsall climb the table and add more goals to his game and is in good spirits about the remainder of the campaign.
"Everyone is buzzing in the camp, the past few games we have been playing well - maybe we didn't get the result we wanted at the weekend.
"But the mood is positive.
"As a collective the target is to finish as high up the table as possible and try and get as many wins.
"For myself it's to try and chip in with as many goals and assists and help the team as much as possible.”
The Saddlers travel to bottom club Stevenage tomorrow as they look to stretch their unbeaten run to five.
Holden insists the Saddlers won’t be taking Alex Revell’s side lightly despite their lowly position.
"We go into every game the same way; it doesn't matter about league positions.
"In this league everyone is sort of similar, there's not much between the top half and the bottom half.
"We'll go in and try and do a job, get three points and come back up the road.
"When we played Stevenage (at home) I think they played well and we didn't play so well.
"Now, compared to the start of the season, we're a different team, so hopefully on Saturday we can show it.”