Walsall striker Darren Byfield says confidence is high as their fight to stay in League One intensifies.Byfield, 34, revealed Tuesday's win over Brentford that lifted them out of the relegation zone has meant there is a lot of belief at the Banks's Stadium. [LNB]"Yeah, there is. It's nice to come out of the bottom four so we'll keep going," Byfield told BBC WM. [LNB]"It's nowhere near done yet and there'll be lots of twists and turns from now until the end of the season." [LNB]Walsall's 3-2 victory over Brentford took them clear of trouble on goal difference and, with title-chasing Brighton next up on Saturday, Byfield knows they cannot afford to ease up. [LNB]"We've been positive that we are going to stay up and we have to continue doing that and we have to continue showing the fighting qualities we did on Tuesday," he added.[LNB] The one thing I do believe is that I will get goals. Even if I'm not at 100% sharpness I still think I'll get the goals Walsall striker Darren Byfield Byfield missed five months of the season with a knee injury and has scored once in nine games since returning to action at the end of February. [LNB]Despite still feeling his is short of full fitness, he is backing himself to help fire the Saddlers to safety. [LNB]"If I'm being honest with myself I know I'm not going to play to the standard that I want to but, every day, I'm feeling stronger and fitter," he said. [LNB]"The one thing I do believe is that I will get goals. Even if I'm not at 100% sharpness I still think I'll get the goals." [LNB]Byfield, who began his career at Aston Villa, is out of contract at the end of the season and would like to extend his second spell with the Saddlers. [LNB]"That's out of my hands to be honest that's down to the gaffer (Dean Smith). I can't do anything but try and score some goals," he said. [LNB]"Of course I'd love to be here next season."