Port Vale: Team spirit will help keeper Chris Neal overcome blunder, says Sam Morsy
CHRIS Neal can rely on Port Vale's tremendous team spirit to help him get over the mistake which gifted Dagenham and Redbridge a point in Burslem on Tuesday night.
That's the view of Neal's team-mate Sam Morsy, who has no doubts the keeper will be back to his confident best for Saturday's League Two assignment at Exeter City.
Neal, aged 26, let Luke Howell's long-range effort slip through his grasp during the 1-1 draw with Dagenham at Vale Park.
But Morsy said: "Chris is a brilliant keeper who has been great for us all season.
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"He should have saved it, but that's gone now. He's got to pick himself up and go again on Saturday.
"We have a great spirit among the players and I'm sure that will help him. But he's experienced enough and I don't think it will affect him too much."
Morsy is expecting a tough test at high-flying Exeter, but reckons second-placed Vale play better against teams at the top of the table.
"When we play teams who are struggling, they seem to clam up and try to play for a draw," he explained, "but Exeter are fourth in the table and only a point behind us.
"They'll be thinking they can win at their ground, but we'll be thinking we can win too. We have lots of pace in the team and can hit teams on the break, so it should be a great game.
"They're a good side who get a lot of goals from a lot of different areas of the team, so we will have to be wary of them."