MIDFIELDER Martin Samuelsen says that if the Brewers can break the home jinx they can start picking up vital points in the Championship survival battle.
The West Ham loanee has impressed in the three games he has started since joining the Brewers in the January transfer window and believes Albion go into Saturday’s home against Nottingham Forst on an upward curve.
He said: “It’s just about getting that first win. That’s the most difficult one as you have to remember what it’s like to win, what you have to do to win. It’s about confidence. There’s a lot of expectation in your home ground, the fans expect more and want you to get better results.
“Recently we have played with more fear, but I know think there is less fear and that will get us better results. The last two away games has seen a massive improvement for us, a lot of positives to take from the game and a few things to learn from.
“The manager trusts in the players and when you are in our position there can be no fear as you can’t go any lower. If you are two places above the relegation zone you might be more nervous, but we have to be brave.
“I like to play, and we definitely have the players to play well. Once I get to know everyone better I will know there movements more and I think we have the potential to outplay teams in this league.”