The academy product is one of few Saddlers players to finish the season with any credit having largely put in consistent performances.
The team as a whole, however, has been disappointing and narrowly avoided a relegation scrap in the closing weeks. Now, after confirming their lowest finish for 100 years, Kinsella has apologised to the fans.
“You want to be known for the good stuff in football and now we’re known for that,” he said.
“It’s not good enough. I don’t want to be 19th in League Two, the lads don’t want to be there. Walsall don’t want to be there and especially the fans.
“All I can do is apologise for finishing the season where we are. It’s not good enough. I always play with my heart on my sleeve and give everything for this football club. I’ve been here since I was eight. For the lads it’s a tough one. They’ve given everything they could, it just hasn’t been good enough in games.
“Some games we could have won and we didn’t, it didn’t go our way. But there hasn’t been enough performances to get three points.”