Striker Romaine Sawyers today admitted Walsall must become more clinical to solve their goalscoring woes.
Focus has fallen on the forward line as the Saddlers have netted just 12 times in 11 league games and are the lowest scorers in the top half of League One.
Sawyers feels they have been unlucky in front of goal and believes it is only a matter of time before they put things right – though he admits they must be more ruthless when chances arrive.
“As long as we are getting in the right positions the goals will eventually come,” he said.
“We have to keep doing the right thing in training and as long as we keep getting the chances we’ll start converting them into goals. We do need to be a bit more clinical though.”
Sawyers, who signed in the summer after being released by Albion, has made most of his appearances off the bench this season.
But he added: “From a personal point of view, obviously I would like to play for longer.
“But from a team perspective if my job is to come off the bench and change the game, or help us keep hold of a game – whatever the job is, Saturday or Tuesday, I will do it.”