TOWN manager Peter Jackson today set sights on back-to-back League wins for only the second time this season.
Not since Hull City and Port Vale were demolished in September have Town taken six points out of six.
But that's now the priority for Jackson after Saturday's 3-2 win against Bournemouth ended a spell of five matches without a win since Boxing Day.
"We did the double over Port Vale and now it would be really nice to do the same against Walsall," said Jackson, who had a scout watching Paul Merson's side lose 2-1 at Tranmere.
"Saturday was really a must-win game for us because of the way things have been going, and we came up with the result we needed in tough circumstances.
"Luke Beckett finished his goals off really well and took the headlines, but we needed everyone to do their bit to beat one of the better sides in the division.
"We badly needed the three points and no-one should under-estimate the side we've beaten. They are good and they made us work hard for the points in the second half.
"In the first half, though, we looked a very good and dangerous side and we just need to produce that more consistently.
"If we do, we are going to hammer somebody 6-0 or 7-0, I really mean that. We are good enough to drub somebody one day - and it will happen."