SCOTT Fraser believes that the trio of himself, Jamie Allen and Stephen Quinn bring a good balance to the Brewers’ midfield.
Quinn, who arrived after his contract expired at Reading last summer, has appeared 13 times for the Brewers scoring once.
The Scottish midfielder feels that the role Quinn plays in the centre of the park allows himself and Jamie Allen to express themselves when they all feature in the Brewers midfield.
“I think with the three we’ve got in there, especially since Quinny’s come in, I don’t think there’s been too many games where we’ve not won the midfield battle. I think the three of us in there complement each other well,” said Fraser.
“I think Ben Fox as well, when he was in place of Quinny he did a good job. I think since Quinny’s come in he’s just brought that experience for the younger players like me and Jamie, allows us to go forward.”
Between them the three Brewers central midfielders they have nine goals between them, while Academy graduate Ben Fox’s goal against Bristol Rovers brings the position into double figures, and Fraser spoke about the confidence Quinn gives them when he plays alongside the two young midfielders.
“I think Quinny’s obviously a really good player and has played at a high level, played at a level that the younger players like myself and Jamie (Allen) want to get to so playing in front of him, it gives us assurance that he’s got the experience, he knows where to be.”