Walsall midfielder Brandon Comley is keen to end the season on a positive note and take some momentum into next season.
The Saddlers have two matches remaining against Doncaster Rovers and away at Crawley Town tomorrow afternoon.
The 26-year-old stressed the team are desperate to finish strongly and build a platform to take into next season.
“Of course, all the boys want to end the season on a high, that’s a massive thing for us,” said Comley.
“We don’t want to end the season on a loss, we want to end the season with a couple of wins and hopefully we can do that and that will do us a lot of favours coming in next year and we can come back on a positive so that’s massive for us.”
The Saddlers take on a Crawley side tomorrow afternoon who need a point to mathematically confirm their League Two survival.
Comley insists the team are focused on their own job as they look to end a run of three successive defeats at the Broadfield Stadium tomorrow.
“They’re still going to be thinking about what’s going on behind them but we go into every game and we don’t take it lightly,” he commented.
“We go into every game thinking what we have to do to break this opposition down, what we have to do to win so we go there all guns blazing trying to win the game.”