KYLE McFadzean says that he is not looking below a top six finish for the Brewers this season.
The defender experienced promotion from League One with MK Dons in the 2014-15 season, in which the Milton Keynes side managed 91 points and conceded just 44 goals in 46 games.
McFadzean says that he does not want a mid-table finish as he is targeting a top-six finish as a minimum for the Brewers this campaign.
He said: “I want to get promoted. I want to be in a team with ambition and wants to definitely get into the play-offs. I don’t want to be mid-table or fighting relegation, I don’t want to be here to do that.
“I am here to get promoted and that is what I want to do. I had a taste of it before with MK Dons and that is what I want to do again, that is my main aim.”
McFadzean thinks that the Brewers will be able to create more scoring opportunities than they did in the Championship last season, and the centre-half feels that the side are already showing their attacking intent.
He said: “We will get a lot more chances than we did last season. You could see that on Saturday and I think it will happen a lot more. There will be some better teams than Rochdale, no disrespect to them, there are a few stronger teams but we look strong, we looked better in the second-half against Rochdale and I think that we will be alright, especially if we get a few new faces in the door, and I’m sure the gaffer is trying to make that happen.”