Adie Williams Speaks

Last updated : 31 August 2002 By Rob Stanway (FootyMAD)
"It's always important to keep clean sheets because you won't lose games if you manage to do that.
"People have been saying we have been leaking too many goals but we are playing quality teams week in week out and if you give strikers half a chance nine times out of 10 they will take them.
"I don't think we have played that badly so far this season with the exception of a 20-minute spell against Coventry, but that summed up the quality of finishing.
"With no disrespect to Second Division clubs the difference is quite big. In the Second Division if you give strikers four or five half chances they might take one, but the win against Burnley and the clean sheet was just what we needed.
"There were good performances from every one of the 11 players plus the subs and it will be a real big confidence booster.
"Everyone has played well, but as a back four or five including the goalkeeper it has not been all at the same time and mistakes by the full-backs of the centre-backs have been punished.
"But we all looked tight as a unit against Burnley, although we all know there is still room for improvement.
"Walsall had a good result against Brighton earlier in the week and we know from experience it is going to be a tough game.
"Colin Lee has brought in some good players but we are full of confidence."