Walsall manager Richard Money refused to push the panic button, despite seeing the Saddlers lose 2-1 at home to Lincoln City to make it three games without a win.
Money had hit out at his critics before the Bescot showdown with the Red Imps, but the pressure went up for the League Two leaders after another unsuccessful outing.
Money said: "We missed a lot of chances and things wouldn't drop for us.
"That is what is happening to us at the minute. We will not panic, we will keep going. What we have done is let the other clubs catch us up.
"We have now lost two in a row and this is the first time it has happened, but I couldn't ask for any more from the players on the night.
"What was disappointing for me was that we couldn't get up a head of steam in the last ten minutes to get the equaliser I thought we deserved."