ANDY Garner hopes the win at Bolton can kick start a good run for the Brewers.
Speaking after the 1-0 win at the Macron Stadium, the Brewers first team coach said: “We need to improve at home. Last season, our first in the Championship, we did reasonably well at home, and this year we are doing better away and picking up nothing at home.
“We have lost seven at home now and there’s a sense of frustration but we know that not only has it got to change but we have to make it change and hopefully this result will help us with confidence.
“We have said to the players that it’s not as if we have 26,000 at home – there’s nothing to be scared off. We have to go out there, enjoy it and show what we are about.
“Coming to Bolton and getting a win should give everyone a boost. It stops them getting points as well. It’s a battle down there so it was vital they didn’t get any points off us.
“It was a typical away performance but we were also a threat on the break and we were a little disappointed we didn’t get the second as while it is 1-0 they are still in the game. But we were happy with how we played on the break.
“We were also pleased with Stephen Bywater who has been in excellent form for us. He’s is as good as anyone out there. His handling and kicking have been very good and when crosses come in he commands and when the ball is in his hands it’s a massive relief.”