Matthew Taylor: "We Have a Good Group of Players"

Matthew Taylor has backed his players, insisting he still believes in them, despite failing to win any of their five all-competition outings.
Matthew Taylor - © Jenny Merrett.
Walsall Head Coach Matthew Taylor has insisted he still believes in his team, despite failing to win any of their five all-competition games so far this season.

The gaffer oversaw an almost complete overhaul of the Saddlers squad over the summer and admits that his players are still to show the faithful what they are capable of.

Taylor, who watched as his team was defeated by Hartlepool United at the weekend, also admitted that he is currently being hindered by a steadily-growing list of injuries.

With the Transfer Window set to close in a week's time, Taylor also reaffirmed his desire to add 'one or two' players to his squad, with the former midfield man said to be seeking out attacking options.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Matthew said; "We've got players I feel would be useful to us out injured.
"We're working as hard as we can to get those players back fit – available for the next game.
"We also want to add one or two more players to the current squad. But I still believe – even after the game and as emotional and down as I am – we have a good group of players.
"Now, the onus is on them to show everybody, show our fans."
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