Walsall boss Dean Keates was full of praise for Blackpool after giving an honest assessment of his side's 0-0 draw with the Seasiders.
Blackpool secured their third straight 0-0 draw away from home with an impressive display at the Bescot Stadium, but were unable to find that all-important breakthrough.
Terry McPhillips' men were the better side and had the better chances to score, but were eventually left to settle for a point that sees them extend their unbeaten run to six games.
Keates said: “We have been after a clean sheet for the past few weeks and we haven’t kept one but today I thought we always looked like we were going to keep one.
"I don’t think we did enough to win a football match if I am being honest. The result was a fair one.
“I thought we were a little bit lacklustre when we got into certain areas when we were going forward. The final detail, whether it was a cross or a pass, just wasn’t there.
“They were good, that is me being entirely honest about our performance.
“Don’t take anything away from Blackpool, they are a good team and they have got some big lads and they are a tough side to play.
“We had to make sure we were sorted set-piece wise and that we were brave with them because they have a lot more bigger lads than us.
“We have just spoken to the lads about our set-pieces. That last little detail from our set-pieces wasn’t there today and it wasn’t right.
“We got into decent enough areas but the cross selection wasn’t great either.”