NIGEL Clough says that three games leading up to the international break will be crucial to the Brewers' survival hopes.
Albion take on promotion-chasing Bristol City at home on Saturday, Sheffield United away on Tuesday and Wolverhampton Wanderers away on March 17.
The Brewers manager said: “We need to get something in the next three games, as tough as it’s going to be against that opposition. These games will be crucial.
“Our aim is to go into the international break still being in touch and with a shout at staying up. The players do give everything and anyone who denies that is wrong.
“They will do everything to get a result in the next two or three games.
“And going away won’t faze us. You don’t get much more difficult ones than Wolves and then Cardiff after the international break but we will approach them the same way.”
Clough also says that despite the long run without a win at the Pirelli his team deserve better at home.
“We are not playing like a team with this home form we have got and we are not playing like a team who are second bottom of the league. We are playing better than that. We just need to turn that into results. But we need a break to do that.”