Nobody at Aston Villa has stopped believing that the club can avoid relegation, defender Tyrone Mings has insisted. The Lions find themselves in the relegation zone with six matches left to play, after a return of just two points from their four matches since the resumption of the Premier League season.
Tyrone Mings said “We have to believe now and we have to get through this period, continue what we’ve been showing so far and give more, We have a great belief in the dressing room, I don’t believe for any moment we’ll throw the towel in. The games are so tight, unfortunately we have come out the wrong side of it. We are working tirelessly to try to pick up the points we need. It’s a very tough division, but it’ll come if we stick together. We’re at the stage of the season where we need points and there wasn’t much between the teams on Saturday. To walk away with no points is hugely frustrating. We’re fully aware we need points. There’s still a huge amount of belief in the team. We don’t want to make any excuses about not having the fans as to why we’re not picking up points. Saturday was a very close game, we’ve adapted well.”
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