Mat Sadler believes victory at Exeter on Saturday should secure Walsall's League One safety for another season.
The left-back was part of the Saddlers side who suffered a disappointing 1-0 home defeat to Tranmere at the weekend, leaving the club three points clear of fourth-bottom Wycombe with three games remaining.
Lowly Exeter, who still harbour the slimmest of hopes they can get out of trouble themselves, are the Saddlers' next challenge. And Sadler is confident Walsall will be safe if they leave St James Park having claimed all three points, with Wycombe facing a tough trip to champions-in-waiting Charlton.
"We've faced Exeter three times already this season and owe them one for beating us at home and then grabbing a last-gasp equaliser in our FA Cup tie down there," Sadler, 27, told the club's official website. "We're a better team than the one who faced them earlier in the season.
"I just wish the game was on Tuesday. We'll have a long, hard week preparing for the game and be raring to go at the weekend.
"It's about what we do and if we get maximum points on Saturday I think that will more or less see us okay, so we will go there determined to get three points, as we do in every game."