Walsall defender Dean Holden has urged his team-mates to work together to bring their winless streak to an end.
Dean Smith's men have now gone 14 games without a victory in all competitions, a sequence of results which stretches back to their 2-1 win at Bournemouth at the end of September.
Following Saturday's 1-1 home draw with rock-bottom Hartlepool, Holden has issued a rallying call to the Saddlers to shake-off their barren run.
He told the Express & Star: "We have to remember what we've done well and try to replicate that. We need to help each other out and stick in there.
"The lads were raging in the dressing room on Saturday. But if we perform like that you win more than you lose.
"We've got the break now and the gaffer is going to use it as well as he can."