GOALKEEPER Stephen Bywater says that the Brewers are not disheartened by their 1-0 defeat to Millwall at the Pirelli Stadium on Saturday.
For the second home game in a row, Burton created the better chances, with Darren Bent and Tom Naylor failing to hit the target from good positions.
Ben Marshall’s second-half goal for Millwall settled the game, but Bywater says there are reasons to be positive in the Burton dressing room.
“The only thing we have got to do is put the ball in the back of the net, the performance was the same as the last four or five. We are positive, we have created so many chances and had balls flash across goal with no one on the end.
“We are a team, we all think that we have missed an opportunity to win today. It was three points that we should have got, but we are upbeat, we have got a good run-in against teams that are around us, so we are all positive.”
“Every player at Burton believes in everybody else. We don’t put pressure on anyone and we are very relaxed.
“We are positive that in these games coming up, it’s in our own hands. They are all big games, but we are confident that, with the way we have been playing, we can beat anyone. That is good to have as a team.”