JOHN Brayford says that if the Brewers keep working as hard as they did at Wigan a first away victory will soon come.
Speaking after the 0-0 draw, the defender said: "I think it could have been more than one point based on the first half performance.
"We knew they would come back at us, especially as their fans were on their back a bit. You know in the Championship you aren't going to get an easy 45 minutes let alone 90. They came at us but we dug in for a point. It's a clean sheet and it keeps the unbeaten run going. To come away from any Championship team with a point on the board is a good result.
"A clean sheen sheet is a positive but it's mainly the way we continue to play, especially in the first half. We played with a freedom but it's about getting that goal and taking it on to the next stage.
"I know the types of teams the Gaffer likes to put together. There are no egos here and when you set foot on the patch you know there are 11 lads who will stick their neck out for you - that's a given at this football club.
"If we keep putting the shifts in and working hard then the away wins will come."