NIGEL Clough says that there’s still a chance to avoid relegation and that his team won’t stop battling for survival.
The Brewers fell eight points from safety after Birmingham won at Bolton making the job a lot harder with six games to go.
Clough said: “It’s not ideal but it does put Bolton on the same points as well. We know we have to win at least three games and see what happens from there.
“It’s still not impossible so while there is a chance we will keep going and keep fighting. As long as there is a glimmer we will keep going and even if there isn’t we will keep going and try to win games.
“We have known the struggle we have faced since last July so eight months on that isn’t too much different. We continue to work hard on the training ground and get the best out of them. The only thing we can’t control is things like on Monday where you don’t get a break in the 90 minutes.
“The last six games we have got are winnable and if we can just get that one result, which we should have had on Monday against Middlesbrough, we put a bit of pressure on other teams. We have to pull something of a miracle off, but we will try.”