MATTY Lund feels that Burton Albion’s performances in their previous two games have not been reflected in the results, but the team must work together to improve their form.
Nigel Clough’s side produced positive performances against Nottingham Forest, Ipswich and Barnsley, something which Lund says the squad must work together to take positives from those games as they look to end a run of seven games without a win against Millwall.
He said: “We just have to stick together at the moment, I think we have played well the last two games. We just have to keep scoring at one end and keep them out at the other.
“We’ve got to take the positives from the performances, we know we can score goals, we just need to cut out the errors.
“Being error-free comes with focus - it is something that we have to work on. No one is doing it on purpose, these are things that happen, but we have to work together.”
The midfielder scored his first Championship goal for the Brewers against Barnsley in a 4-2 defeat, which saw Burton twice come from behind to equalise. Lund believes that there is still a lot more to come from him, and knows that he must produce good performances to stay in the side.
He said: “I feel I can give more and I can score more goals. I need to be chipping in with the team. It is good to get a goal but I want more, I want to play more, like any other player.
“We have some good players and you have to be on it every game. If you don't produce, you won't play the next game.”