The heavy festive programme of fixtures holds no fear for Walsall defender Dan Fox, who says the Saddlers can't wait to be thrust back into action.
Walsall entertain Millwall on Saturday, the first of four games in ten days over the Christmas period.
The Saddlers are unbeaten since October 20 and Fox said the games just can't come quick enough for the players, despite having played five games already this month.
After the visit of Millwall on Saturday, who return to the Banks's Stadium again on January 5 for an FA Cup third-round tie, Walsall travel to Port Vale on Boxing Day and then Oldham Athletic on December 29 before entertaining Doncaster Rovers on New Year's Day.
Fox, who is waiting to discover if his caution against Leeds will be upheld and lead to a one-match ban this Saturday, said: "We have a tough Christmas coming up and just want to carry on with our good form.
"The games come thick and fast and that helps us because you don't have too much time to think about it. Games just come like second nature.
"We have just got to make sure we prepare right for every single game, stay injury-free and keep suspensions to a minimum.
"We are going into Christmas in good form and are confident."
Saddlers manager Richard Money may not be too active in the forthcoming transfer window and is hoping his young stars will save him some money.
Money is building a good, young squad and, while he would like to strengthen, he is confident he has plenty of quality in depth to carry on the impressive recent run.
He said: "It would be nice to bring in a couple of new faces but I have to say we will do well to find better than the players we already have here knocking on the first-team door.
"Anthony Gerrard and Scott Dann have done very well in central defence but Ian Roper is champing at the bit behind them. Ian is seven kilos lighter than at the start of the season and he looks in real good form, as does Manny Smith.
"Up front Troy Deeney and Alex Nicholls have been sensational in the reserves and are absolutely desperate to play in the first team.
"While a part of me says I wish we had another senior striker, I look at those two and I think 'who is going to do better than them?'"
Meanwhile, winger Ishmel Demontagnac was sent off during a reserve-team match on Tuesday night.
The 19-year-old was sent off in the 89th minute for a second bookable offence during the 2-0 defeat to a strong Wolverhampton Wanderers side at AFC Telford's New Bucks Head Stadium.
Demontagnac was cautioned for a foul but took his protest too far and was shown a second yellow for dissent and will now receive a one-game reserve-team ban but will be available for the first team.