Walsall captain Andy Butler has set his sights on gaining a vital three points against Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
The 27-year-old centre-back, who scored during the 3-1 defeat against Brighton at the weekend, is targeting the Owls clash as a chance to get back to winning ways and boost the Saddlers' survival prospects.
"What we have to do is put the (Brighton) game behind us and be ready for what is an important weekend for everyone at the club. There will be another good atmosphere here on Saturday," he told the club's official website.
"Sheffield Wednesday will be well supported, but we have nothing to fear as we know that if we reach the standards we are capable of, we will give ourselves every chance of taking maximum points.
"Every game will be a battle now and it is vital that we pick ourselves up, dust ourselves down and kick on.
"Hopefully we will get three points on Saturday to take into Monday's game at Oldham."