SCOTT Fraser admits the Brewers need to start putting a good run together if they are to climb the table ahead of their clash with Coventry City at the Pirelli Stadium.
Fraser, who played in Albion’s narrow 2-1 defeat at Scunthorpe last weekend, believes that they haven’t been playing their best recently.
The Scottish midfielder said: “We are all man enough and brave enough to admit when we haven’t been quite at the level we know we can, I think that’s the frustrating thing.
“We’re looking to put a run of wins together which I don’t think we’ve done this season. I think if you do that, especially in the league, then we can push ourselves right up and that’s something we’ll be looking to start on Saturday.”
The Brewers come into the game without a win in two but have won three of their last five Sky League One games.
“It’s been very strange. My dad and friends don’t really get down for many games but they’ll listen to it on the internet or they’ll read the stats and they say we’ve had more possession, more chances, more shots on goal.”
“We just need to be more ruthless at both ends of park. I think that’s something the gaffer spoke about, don’t give any goals away and make sure that when we get our chances we take them.”
Coventry come into the game in fine league form being unbeaten in their last six games, however they lost 3-2 at Walsall in the FA Cup last time out.