Colchester United keeper says the team never lost faith in their own ability.
Sam Walker, who's on loan at Colchester from Chelsea, said that the players kept believing in themselves particularly during their bad run.
The positive thing for us is we haven't let our heads drop with the results because we have been churning out the performances. We have been playing well. And we know we have got goals in us.
I try and learn off every experience in football. I've had a couple of relegation battles before, as have a few of the players in the dressing room. So we're all sticking together.
"Obviously every game has a bit of pressure on it, non more so than Saturday."
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