Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is adamant they'll beat the drop.

Villa are currently in the bottom three.

Asked whether he was confident Villa would be clear of the scrap at the bottom, Lambert replied: "Yeah, I'm always positive. When we win games or lose them, I try not to dwell on them. I think it's important that you let it go and move on to the next one as quickly as you can. The crowd are with us - you've got to keep the crowd on your side, I think that's important. The lads will need them as well. I've always said that."

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