Walsall midfielder Liam Kinsella says he’s fit and raring to go after recovering from a hamstring injury.
The 26-year-old was forced off during the 1-0 defeat to Rochdale earlier this month but is back and focused on ending the campaign positively.
Kinsella is looking forward to the final away trip of the season and is ready for the challenge after recovering well from his injury.
“I didn’t know what I did at Rochdale, I felt something in my hamstring but it’s all good now, I’ve been training this week with the lads and I’m fit and raring to go on Saturday,” he said.
“Last away day of the season, something to look forward to, especially after the home win against Port Vale.
“The performance was outstanding; don’t think you could have got anything better than that so hopefully we can take that into Saturday now and end the season on a high.”
The Saddlers will go into tomorrow’s match full of confidence after last weekend’s 2-0 triumph over Port Vale.
Kinsella insists that despite not having much to play for, the team are determined to finish the season with a flourish and end on a high for the fans who he was keen to praise for their support.
“The fans have been excellent home and away,” he commented.
“Especially away they’ve travelled miles to come and support the lads even though results haven’t always been there for us.
“They’ve been fantastic this season, I think we’re top five for away fans travelling so you can’t ask much more than that, they’ve been fantastic and that’s all you can ask from them.
“We’re disappointed with how the season’s turned out, it’s not exactly where we wanted to be at the start of the season but it’s happened.
“The new gaffer’s come in and been excellent, you can see that in the results.
“We showed against Port Vale that we’re not on the beach, we want to win games and we want to take that into the last two games of the season, end the season on a high and take that into next season.”