The Football League Paper - - CHRIS DUNLAVY -

ADAM Chambers is adamant Wal­sall can re­dis­cover their best form and mount a pro­mo­tion charge, de­spite a wor­ry­ing run of re­sults head­ing into the Christ­mas pe­riod.

The Saddlers are out of all three cup com­pe­ti­tions they en­tered this sea­son af­ter Tues­day’s 3-1 loss to Old­ham Ath­letic in the EFL Tro­phy sec­ond round.

That fol­lowed a poor run of one win in seven League One matches prior to yes­ter­day’s clash with Brad­ford City.

Mid­fielder Chambers, 36, ad­mits things need to change but believes the squad can re­gain their swag­ger and start push­ing for a play-off spot.

“We want to give the fans a team to be proud of.

“We know there are things we can im­prove on but the po­ten­tial in the squad is huge. We know we have been in­con­sis­tent in re­cent times.

“But ear­lier in the sea­son we went on a good run and I am con­fi­dent we will do that again.”

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