Walsall manager Darrell Clarke has said he will transfer list under-performing players.

The Saddlers have lost four in a row in League Two and are struggling for form.

Clarke, who was appointed manager over the summer having previously been at Bristol Rovers, has a tough job on his hands with Walsall currently 18th in the league.

He has said, as per a report by the Express and Star: “I have some weak minded players at the minute, they won’t be at the club long. Not with me, not the way I work. We’ll keep working with them and when we can freshen up we’ll freshen it up. They have a lot to prove, a hell of a lot to prove.”

Clakre during his Bristol Rovers days. ProSportsImages.co.uk

“I don’t think it’s a strong division so that make’s my players even weaker because we’re poor. It’s a case of changing personnel, they have 10/11 games in the league before the window opens and they’ll be gone. They’ll be on the transfer list and that’s whether I’ve signed them in the summer or not.”

He added: “I need a lot more but I take full responsibility for where we’re at. I’ve been a successful manager but I’m having a terrible run. I know what it takes to be a successful team and I’ll take the hit, some of my signings haven’t worked. They haven’t been good enough, I’ll take that.”

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